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Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG) has been following the media space with grave concern on the alleged cases of assault and battery on unarmed students in Kumasi Senior High School protesting the Ghana Education Service (GES) directives to keep them in school for their mid-semester break instead of going home. The report in the media...
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The Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG) regrets the inhumane actions of some section of the public on persons identified as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex (LGBTQI+) in our communities following the recent launch of their office space in Accra which has generated a huge public outcry. According to reports making rounds on both...
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Accra, Dec 10, – As the world marks the Human Rights Day 2020 today, various activities are being organized in many parts of the world and on the global stage to commemorate the significant day. In Ghana, a Non-Governmental Organisation, the Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG), is equally raising its voice in support of calls...
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Today is 2020 Human Rights Day, an important moment in the fight for and the respect for the human rights of people across the world. This year’s theme is “Recover Better – Stand Up for Human Rights.”  In a press release signed by the Executive Director, Joseph Kobla Wemakor and copied to the media, the Human...
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For Immediate Release October 21, 2020 To All Media Houses HUMAN RIGHTS REPORTERS CONDEMN BRUTALITIES, KILLINGS OF PROTESTERS IN NIGERIA; CALLS ON PREZ. BUHARI, ECOWAS, AU ET AL. TO ACT NOW The Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG) has expressed abhorrence at the alleged intimidation, attacks, shootings and killings of peaceful civilians in the #EndSars and...
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The Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG) has expressed shock over the shooting of businessman, Akwasi Banahene, by unknown assailants at his residence on Friday, August 21. The group condemned the action which they described as ‘ barbaric’. HRRG called on the Ghana Police Service to quickly probe into the matter and prosecute the perpetrators. This...
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Human Rights Reporters-Ghana (HRRG) as an NGO committed to fight against all forms of violence that affects our women, girls and children in all forms including Sexual and Gender Based Violence(SGBVs) and Harmful Practices, Child rights(Child Trafficking, Modern Slavery), Women’s and Girls rights(Kayayei, gender equality, FGM, Child Marriages etc.) Rape, Domestic Violence and the like,...
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