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Dernière mise à jour : 9 April 2014

Ghana

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Travail - Emploi - Syndicalisme : Déclaration commune du Congrès du travail du Nigeria (NLC), de la Confédération des syndicats sud-africains (COSATU) et du Congrès des syndicats du Ghana (TUC)
Travail - Emploi - Syndicalisme : Joint Statement on the Trade Union Situation in Africa issued at the end of a Tree-Nation Strategy by Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), Ghana Trade Union Congress (GTUC) and the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC)
Eau : The Accra Declaration on the Right to Water


Site(s) web :

Integrated Social Development Center (ISODEC) :
Ghana Trades Union Congress (TUC) :
Food Sovereignty Ghana :


Document(s) :

Ghana’s big test : Oil’s challenge to democratic development - By Isodec and Oxfam America - 28 février 2009 (PDF - 994.1 ko)
The Road to Hong Kong - Report of A 9-day tour of rural Ghana, to collate views of farmers and small-scale producers for input into government’s position for the W.T.O. Trade Ministerial Meeting in Hong Kong - December 2005 - by The Civil Society Coalition For Trade Justice and the Protection Of Livelihoods - 1er novembre 2005 (PDF - 4.8 Mo)
Report of the international Fact-Finding Mission on Water Sector Reform in Ghana - - 30 août 2002 (PDF - 417.6 ko)



Statement of the Economic Justice Network of Ghana on the Yamoussoukro meeting of ECOWAS leaders on the Economic Partnership Agreements
The Economic Justice Network of Ghana (EJN) welcomes the decision of the 44TH Ordinary Session of ECOWAS Heads of State and Government to postpone the final decision on the adoption of the recently concluded Economic Partnership Agreement between West Africa and the European Union for two months pending the resolution of technical problems raised by some member-countries of the community, notably Nigeria. [Lire]
Economic Justice Network of Ghana (EJN) - 9 April 2014


Please don’t sign the Economic Partnership Agreement
Petition to his Excellency, John Dramani Mahama, Président of the Republic of Ghana
Your Excellency, we the undersigned networks of civil society and private sector organisations, urge you to reconsider the position contained in your recent State of the Nation’s Address on the Economic Partnership Agreements (EPA) and direct your Minister to the forthcoming meeting of the ECOWAS Council of Ministers in Yamoussoukro, Cote d’Ivoire, from 25-26 March, not to sign on to the Economic Partnership Agreement recently concluded between West Africa and the European Union (ECOWAS-EPA). [Lire]
24 March 2014


Gov’t must reconsider its stance on prepaid water Meters
It will not address the problems of the water sector
The Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) deserves to be commended for exhibiting signs of commitment towards addressing key challenges for sustainable delivery of quality and universally accessible water to urban consumers. However the recent policy indication of the company to introduce pre-paid meters to deal with some of its long standing challenges is one that needs serious re-thinking. [Lire]
ISODEC - 15 March 2014


National Stakeholders’ Consultation on EPAs, Accra, 13 March 2013
Recommendations from Trade Unions, CSOs & Private Sector
A national stakeholders consultation was convened in Accra on 13th March, 2013 to review the status of the EPAs with the view to making inputs towards the ECOWAS EPA Ministerial meeting which takes place in Cape Verde from the 18-22nd March 2013; and to enhance engagement and national consensus among stakeholders in national level EPA and trade policy processes, particularly in respect of Ghana’s Interim EPA (IEPA) that has provided a stop-gap operational framework for trade with EU since December 2007. [Lire]
13 March 2013


Statement of the Ghana TUC on the 2008 Electoral Process to Date
As the biggest civil society organization and the most representative organization of working people in the country, the Ghana Trades Union Congress (GTUC) finds it necessary to voice out its serious concerns and reservations over developments towards the general elections in December 2008. Ghana Trades Union Congress is doing so because it believes the proper thing to do is to sound the alarm bells now and contribute to the resolution of the problems that continue to beset the political and electoral process in advance of December 2008, than to wait until we are all engulfed in crisis before seeking to play the blame game. [Lire]
Ghana TUC - 24 September 2008


Statement by the National Coalition on Mining (NCOM)
We members of the National Coalition on Mining (NCOM) and victims of mining related human rights abuses across the country at a meeting from September 3-5th, 2008 in Accra Ghana convened to examine a Report of the State of Human Rights in Mining Communities in Ghana published by the Ghana Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), welcome the findings of the report and call for the urgent implementation of its recommendations to stop violence in mining and to protect the rights of all parties affected and or involved in mining. [Lire]
Ghana National Coalition on Mining - 5 September 2008


Press release by the National Coalition on Mining (NCOM)
The purpose of this press release is to condemn the propaganda of the Chamber of Mines and to demand of it and its membership to end violence and human rights abuses perpetuated against people living in communities affected by mining. [Lire]
Ghana National Coalition on Mining - 3 June 2008


Ghana TUC’s Response to Hon. J. H. Mensah on the Future of the Agriculturel Development Bank (ADB)
On 17th August 2007, Honourable J. H. Mensah, the Member of Parliament for Sunyani East, issued a statement to the media on the future of the Agricultural Development Bank (ADB). The statement was a vigorous defence of Government policy to sell the 48% shares of the Bank owned by the Bank of Ghana to a strategic foreign investor. In the process, the Honourable Member of Parliament, who is also the Chairman of the National Planning Development Commission, criticised in some detail Ghana’s TUC for its stand on the sale of Bank of Ghana shares to a strategic foreign investor. [Lire]
Ghana TUC - 20 septembre 2007


NCOM Statement at Techere June 22nd, 2007
The National Coalition on Mining (NCOM) is meeting here today for two main reasons. The first is to express and offer solidarity to communities affected by mining and individuals who have suffered various human rights abuses at the hands of mining companies and state security agencies. The second is to use the occasion of the World Environment Day (which fell on June 5) to draw mining companies and state regulatory agencies’ attention to the need to do more to protect and sustain the integrity of the environment. [Lire]
22 June 2007


"Pay Us Our Compensation"
Farmers from Awonsuono near Ntotroso demands of Newmont Ghana Gold Limited
We, farmers of Awonsuono near Ntotroso in the Asutifi District of Brong-Ahafo Region of Ghana wish to use this occasion to request Newmont Ghana Gold Limited to pay compensation due to us for demolishing our houses, fish ponds and wells. [Lire]
Third World Network Africa - 2 November 2006


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A lire sur le web...

Urban Water Management in Ghana and cycle of Wrong Policy Prescriptions - Improving on the institutional responsiveness of GWCL - 15 March 2014 - By Leonard Shang-Quartey - The failure of the urban water sector PSP experiment in Ghana through a management contract caused the water utility to be reverted back to public management; the reversion was however akin to a hot coal placed in the hands of the public water utility – Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL), as it is faced with huge possibilities of failing again so long as the fundamental issues of low investment and political interference in urban water supply in the country remain unresolved. This situation coupled with a recent policy announcement to introduce prepaid water to deal with the challenges of the sector, highlights the continues stream of policy solutions that falls short of the problems of the sector. This paper shows such disparities with examples of the AVRL management contract and the recent prepaid meter for water policy responses. - Source : Isodec
 
Le G8 et l’accaparement des terres en Afrique - 11 mars 2013 - Vers le milieu des années 70, la Côte d’ivoire était auto-suffisante en riz, mais sous la pression des donateurs internationaux, l’entreprise rizicole nationale a été privatisée, le soutien public à la production démantelé et le marché ouvert aux importations. Il n’aura fallu qu’une vingtaine d’années pour que les deux tiers du riz consommé dans le pays proviennent d’Asie. Ces importations ont généré d’énormes bénéfices pour la poignée de négociants internationaux en céréales et d’hommes d’affaires locaux influents qui dominent le marché. Mais elles ont eu des effets terribles sur la production locale. - Source : GRAIN
 
Le défi du modèle Nkrumah - 27 juin 2009 - Par Yao Graham - Kwame Nkrumah a amené le Convention People’s Party au pouvoir dans les deux ans qui ont suivi sa formation, créant ainsi le Ghana indépendant. Une victoire électorale écrasante lui a fourni une tribune pour une mobilisation anticoloniale massive dans toute l’Afrique. Accra était devenu le point de ralliement du mouvement anticolonial africain avec la All African People’s Conference qui a attiré les délégués de 62 organisations nationalistes, y compris des partis qui accéderont au pouvoir et des dirigeants post-coloniaux qui étaient vivement encouragés à lutter pour « l’indépendance maintenant ». En septembre prochain, on célébrera le centenaire de la naissance de Nkrumah. Aujourd’hui, le Ghana est devenu une icône du développement, mais les défis que son leader avait relevés n’ont pas trouvé leurs solutions. Pour son pays comme pour l’intégration africaine. - Source : Pambazuka News
 
Ghana : participation syndicale flouée aux « stratégies de réduction de la pauvreté » - 29 août 2008 - Par Anthony Baah - La participation des syndicats ghanéens à la définition des stratégies de réduction de la pauvreté sous l’égide du FMI et de la Banque mondiale répond au double souci d’y représenter les travailleurs et d’y imprimer leurs revendications d’équité sociale, de travail décent et de répartition des richesses. Le bilan est négatif. Floués et mal préparés, les syndicats n’ont pu y infléchir les orientations libérales du « consensus de Washington ». - Source : Cetri
 
US$20 Million Indece Celebrations Budget Sparks Controversy - 1er juillet 2007 - By Kwesi W Obeng - Ghanaians celebrated the country’s golden independence anniversary with pomp and pride. But that was not all. The celebration has touched off controversies of its own reminiscent of the days and months leading to the declaration of independence 50 years ago. - Source : Third Wo Africarld Network
 
Ghana, le modèle contesté - 3 juin 2007 - Par Yao Graham - Le 6 mars, le Ghana a fêté le cinquantième anniversaire de son indépendance en présence de douze chefs d’Etat du continent et de personnalités comme le pasteur américain Jesse Jackson. L’ancienne Côte-de-l’Or fut la première, en Afrique noire, à se libérer de la domination coloniale, sous l’impulsion de Kwame Nkrumah, figure historique des luttes anti-impérialistes. En 2007, Accra est devenu un modèle pour la Banque mondiale et un atout dans le jeu sécuritaire des Etats-Unis. - Source : Le Monde diplomatique
 
Reading from the script: the IMF’s PSI invades Africa - 1 February 2007 - The decisions by Ghana and Tanzania to use the Policy Support Instrument (PSI) reflect the IMF’s success in convincing countries to accept conditionality without any financing, despite the evidence from Uganda and elsewhere that PSI conditions are numerous and will be enforced. - Source : Bretton Woods Project
 
Risky Business: The West Africa Gas Pipeline Project - September 2005 - By Chelsea Voake - The West Africa Gas Pipeline Project (WAGP) exemplifies the reemerging trend at the World Bank of big, high-risk projects that are purported to be big solutions to poverty reduction and income generation. - Source : 50 Years Is Enough Network
 





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