A policy dialogue with the Ministry of Information, Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development, the media and civil society, on citizens’ assessment of Ghana’s Covid-19 response
The Ghana Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) Platform on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), working together with other CSOs, networks, coalitions and strategic partners, established the CSO COVID 19 Response Committee to coordinate CSOs efforts in the wake of the COVID-19 national emergency measures announced by the President of the Republic of Ghana.
We, comprising over 400 civil society organisations including networks, coalitions and associations, with presence across the country, mobilised under the Ghana Civil Society Organisations Platform (CSOs) on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
GHANA CSOs PLATFORM ON SDGs ELECTED AS THE FOCAL POINT FOR WEST AFRICA UNDER THE AFRICA REGIONAL CIVIL SOCIETY ENGAGEMENT MECHANISM (ARCSEM)
The Ghana Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) Platform on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has been elected as the focal point for West Africa in the Africa Regional Civil Society Engagement Mechanism (ARCSEM).
Good morning ladies and gentlemen,
I speak on behalf of the Ghana CSOs platform on the SDGs, specifically sub-platform 10 (SDG 10) which is dedicated to fighting all forms of inequality. The week of 18th -25th January 2020 is recognized annually by development practitioners across the globe as the Global Week of Action on Inequality (#FightInequality). The Fight Inequality Alliance is a network of civil society activists that is building a global movement to counter the excessive concentration of power and wealth in the hands of a small elite. We seek to achieve a just, equal and sustainable world. The week long campaign is coming on the back of the World Economic Forum currently ongoing in Davos.