A group calling itself the Coalition of Concerned Journalists and Social Activists (COCJASAARC) on Monday December 22, 2021 paid a courtesy call on the National Road Safety Authority to brief them on their activities and how both organizations can collaborate effectively to help reduce road crashes in the country.   The group led by a...
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The maiden edition of the prestigious Africa Early Childhood Awards (AECEA) 2021 went down in history with pomp and pageantry at the plush CIBT auditorium near Adabraka in Accra on Saturday November 13, 2021. The colourful ceremony which came under the theme: “Childcare & Security During & Post Covid-19 Era” witnessed some excellent, hardworking, committed and...
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The Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG), a media advocacy cum human rights non-governmental organization has commended the Ghana Police Service for their swift response in apprehending the main suspects who have been alleged of brutalizing two minors on the streets of Akuapem-Adawso in the North Municipality of the Eastern region. The victims, both 14 years of age were reported...
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For Immediate Release October 11, 2021 To All Media Houses 2021 Int’l Day of the Girl Child: Safeguard the rights of girls for a brighter future-Human Rights Reporters Ghana   As the world commemorate this year’s International Day of the Girl Child, a day dedicated to the growth of girls around the world, we at the...
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The Green Africa Youth Organization (GAYO) together with (9) other Civil Society Organisations in the country have partnered to rid the Labadi beach of filth on Saturday, September 18, a day set aside globally to commemorate the World Cleanup Day. This was out of a move intended to mark this year’s World Cleanup Day which...
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Teenage pregnancy remains a big challenge in Ghana and data from the annual Ghana Health Service (GHS) statistics on this is very alarming. This data shows that in 2020 nearly 301 girls are impregnated every day in Ghana whiles 13 teenage pregnancies recorded every one hour. According to the GHS, Ghana recorded a total of...
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The headmaster of the Mataheko D /A Basic ‘A’ School, Mr. James Adamah has lauded the educative roles being played by various civil society groups and non-governmental organizations within schools in a bid to help end the new wave of the deadly coronavirus pandemic as part of the ‘back to school initiatives’ being rolled out...
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In a bid to help end the kidnappings as well as the burgeoning human rights and social issues in Ghana and beyond, the Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG) in 2019 embarked on a ‘Nationwide Sensitization Campaign on Kidnapping, Teenage, Pregnancy and Tramadol/Drug Abuse’ (KTT). The campaign, popularly known as the ‘KTT Project’, focused on addressing...
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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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The Executive Director of Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG), Mr. Joseph Wemakor has charged all Ghanaians to be peace loving, law abiding and above all ensure that all their actions, efforts and utterances are geared towards promoting a culture of peace, non-violence and its sustainability before, during and after the upcoming general elections slated for...
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