There are a number of governance issues in Ghana’s young democracy that are yet to be negotiated. This project with the support of Friedrich Ebert Foundation (FES) attempts to have discussions aimed at addressing these critical governance issues. This collaboration is part of strengthening the capacity of governance institutions in Ghana and increasing the participation of civil society organisations in governance in Ghana.

So far discussions we have had include:

  1. Who is the Leader of the House (Parliament of Ghana)?
  2. The Role of the Public Utility Regulatory Commission (PURC) in Ensuring Good Governance in the Public Utility Industry”: Prospects and Challenges.
  3. Implementing the Representation of the People’s (amendment) Act (ROPAA), Which Way to Go, a Critical Analysis from a Governance Perspective.
  4. The Role of the Pensions Implementation Committee (PRIC) in Ensuring Adequate Social Security and Good Pension Governance in Ghana.
  5. The Role of the Chieftaincy Institution in Promoting and Sustaining Good Governance.
  6. Promoting Good Governance in Ghana: Fusion or Separation of the Functions of the Attorney-General and Minister of Justice?
  7. Nominating the Majority of Ministers from Parliament: Implications for Good Governance in Ghana.