LRC submits public inputs on electoral reforms

The Legal Resources Centre (LRC) has submitted coded inputs it assembled from the public on adopted electoral reforms to the Electoral Commission (EC) for consideration. The inputs gathered through various sessions across six regions were consolidated and handed over to the country’s electoral governing body which acknowledged receipt, Mr Enock Jengre, Project Officer at LRC …

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LRC trains stakeholders on Electoral Justice

The Legal Resources Centre has trained stakeholders in the Northern Region on the Electoral Justice System to empower them to identify, report and resolve electoral conflicts. The training, which built the capacity of participants in relation to rules, conducts and processes of elections, was also to expose them to civic inputs on the adopted electoral …

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Ban mobile phones use in polling booth – CSOs

Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in the Northern Region that are committed to promoting the nation’s democracy have condemned the practice of snapping thumb printed ballots after votes casting on the day of elections. They decried the widespread of such practice at the 2016 elections and called for its total ban at future elections. They argued …

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PWDs lauds Star-Ghana & Legal Resources Centre over Election 2016

Persons living With Disabilities, PWDs in the Northern Region have lauded the Legal Resources Centre and Star-Ghana for their intervention toward their impeccable participation in the 2016 general elections which saw them go through the whole voting process without skirmishes. This applauds came during a one day training workshop held in Tamale on the Electoral …

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EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FROM SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT FIRMS

The LRC, with funding from the Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA) is undertaking a 12 month pilot project: Improving Criminal Justice and Administration of Justice Through Advanced Technology Solutions. The project seeks to use technology solutions to improve the administration of criminal justice by building a well-developed automated software system linking all relevant …

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