On September 6 2023, our Country Programme Officer for Ghana @Joana Oppong represented @PNAfrica at the Launch of the Political Accountability Activity(POLA). The event was organized by the International Republican Institute (IRI) and its CEPPS partners – the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) and the National Democratic Institute (NDI) with funding from USIAD/Ghana. POLA […]


A Political Accountability (POLA) project has been launched in the country to advance the course of democracy and political accountability. The Launch sought to create awareness of the broad and specific objectives of the POLA project to its stakeholders, highlight the roles of its partners and beneficiaries in the implementation of the project, and emphasize […]

PNAfrica and Partners Host Roundtable Discussion on Entry Points for CSOs into AU

The Centre for Human Rights in partnership with the Parliamentary Network Africa (PNAfrica), and the Center for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana), has held a high-level discussion to explore high-level entry points for Civil Society Organizations into the Organs of the African Union (AU) for effective implementation of the continental developmental agenda. In attendance at the roundtable […]

SBL and Parliamentary Network Africa Forge Strategic Technology Partnership to Empower Open Parliaments Across Africa

Press Release: SBL and Parliamentary Network Africa Forge Strategic Technology Partnership to Empower Open Parliaments Across Africa Cochin, Kerala – August 11, 2023 – SBL, a luminary in IT services with a legacy in GIS, BPMS, AI/ML, and Multimedia, unveils a transformative Technology Partnership with Parliamentary Network Africa (PNAfrica). PNAfrica, headquartered in Accra-Ghana, leads the […]

Promoting Collaboration for Change: Pan-Africa Parliament CSO Forum

By Benjamin Opoku Aryeh Senior Programs Officer, Parliamentary Network Africa The recent Pan-Africa Parliament CSO Forum, organized May 19 2023, by the Center for Human Rights in Midrand, South Africa, in collaboration with the Pan-African Parliament, witnessed a remarkable convergence of voices focused on the theme “Accelerating the implementation of the African Continental Free Trade […]

Ghana’s PAP Delegation Highlights Unconstitutional Changes in Govt among Topical Issues Discussed at 1ST Ordinary Session

Peace and security, integration of the Continent, unconstitutional changes of government and the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) were the issues that featured prominently on the Agenda for the First Ordinary Session of the Sixth Parliament of the Pan African Parliament. This is according to a Report of the Representatives from the Parliament of […]

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