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Legal Resources Centre Trains 150 Paralegals to Protect Ghanaian Children’s Rights

As part of the ongoing implementation of its 3-year project seeking to protect children caught up within the legal system of Ghana, the Legal Resources Centre (LRC) has begun the training of some 150 paralegals across the country. Dubbed “Justice for children: Bridging the gap between legislation and practice”, the goal of the project is …

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LRC Participates In MFWA Town Hall Meeting On Media And Corruption In Ghana

The LRC has participated in a town hall meeting on media and corruption in Ghana on the theme “Assessing the Performance of the Media in Fighting Corruption in Ghana: Two years into Akufo-Addo`s Administration”.  Delivering the keynote address at the event, Mr. Daniel Yaw Domelevo, the Auditor-General of Ghana indicated that corruption has permeated every …

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Justice Adjei urges judges to protect rights of children

Mr Justice Dennis Adjei, the Director of Judicial Training Institute (JTI), has urged judges and magistrates to ensure that the rights and welfare of children are protected when they appear before courts. He noted that in the process of taking evidence judges and magistrates must ensure that children were not intimidated in any form, as …

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LRC BREAKS FOR THE YULETIDE

We wish to inform our partners and the general public that our offices will be closed from Friday, 21st December 2018 for the Christmas holidays, and resume on Monday 7th January 2019.  We are expectant that next year would be much more fruitful and brighter as we continue to ensure Human Rights and Human Dignity for all …

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Parents urged to protect the interest of their children

Mrs. Victoria Adzewodah, the Chief Superintendent of Prisons Senior Correctional Centre, has appealed to parents to come for their children after undergoing correctional changes to be able to put up their best. She said prison officers recognised the importance of cohesion and harmony between the family and the community, as the child’s welfare was a …

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