Follow-up to the UN Human Rights Committee's Recommendations to Ghana: The role of csos
On Monday, 31st July 2017, the HRAC organized a meeting with different CSOs and members of the Centre for Civil and Political Rights and the UN Human Rights Committee from Geneva to discuss the follow-up process to the UN Human Rights Committee’s recommendations to Ghana and in which way CSOs can take part in it.
HRAC Organise Final Advocacy Workshop or Law Enforcement Officers, Human Rights Defenders,Public Institutions, Religious and Traditional Leaders in Volta Region.
The Human Rights Advocacy Centre on the 18th of August, 2017 organised a Value Clarification and Advocacy workshop for Human Rights Defenders in the Volta Region. The workshop took place at the Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association Hall in Ho.
Press Release: Put Mental Health Care on Top of the Political Agenda.
October 10th, 2017, we celebrate World Mental Health Day. HRAC call for more attention and support to persons with mental disabilities.
HRAC delivered statement at the ongoing pre-session of the Universal Periodic Review on Ghana, Geneva, October 2017.
HRAC focussed on Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights and the Rights of the Mental Disabled
HRAC’S BRIEFING SESSION ON THE UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW ON SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH RIGHTS
The Human Rights Advocacy Center, in collaboration with the Ghana Coalition of Health NGOs, organized a briefing session on the United Nations Periodic Review with selected members of the Parliamentary Select Committee on Health, Committee on Gender, Children and Social Protection, and Committee on Constitutional, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs.”
Advocacy Workshop For Law Enforcement Officers, Human Rights Defenders,Public Institutions, Religious and Traditional Leaders On The Human Rights Of LGBT in Ghana.
In Ghana, discrimination and violence against members of the Lesbians, Gay, Bisexuals and Trans genders(LGBT) persons are widespread, both within State institutions and in the community at large.