New Open Parliament Action Plan for Ghana: PNAfrica and Parliament Engage CSOs on Draft for NAP-5

Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in Ghana on Wednesday, April 17, participated in a one-day consultative workshop on the Draft Open Parliament Action Plan organized by Parliamentary Network Africa (PNAfrica) in collaboration with the Parliament of Ghana. The workshop, held in Accra and funded by the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), aimed to foster active participation […]

Embracing Openness, Transparency, and Accountability in the Parliament of Ghana: The OPI Factor

In embracing a commitment to openness, transparency, accountability, and citizen participation, the Parliament of Ghana has within two years of the publication of PNAfrica’s Open Parliament Index (OPI), undergone a significant transformation. These changes have marked a crucial shift towards a more inclusive and democratic governance system. Several key initiatives, such as the establishment of […]

Speaker Bagbin Reiterates Ghana’s Commitment to Open Parliament Principles at Launch of PNAfrica’s Legislative Advocacy Guide

The Speaker of the Parliament of Ghana, Rt. Hon. Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin, has reiterated his personal commitment and the Commitment of the Parliament of Ghana to the Principles of Open Parliament which encourages constant engagement of the institution of Parliament with Civil Society organizations and the public at large. The Speaker made this known […]

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