Ghana's civil society mounts pressure on government to pass Affirmative Action Bill into law

By Ike Dzokpo, 14 August
Ghana's Parliament (photo credit: eindundzwanzig/flickr)
Ghana's Parliament (photo credit: eindundzwanzig/flickr)
CSOs Cluster on Decentralization and Citizens Participation has descended heavily on government as matter of a urgency to swiftly pass the Affirmative Action Bill into law which has suffered a number of setbacks for about 13 years now. Stressing that, the passage of the bill would be the best way to empower women and make them active participants in decision making.
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