Frequently Asked Questions
- What is CHRAJ all about?
- How can I contact the Commission?
- Who can make a complaint to CHRAJ?
- When can I lodge a complaint?
- What can I complain about?
- How can I make a complaint?
- How much does it cost to make a complaint?
- Does CHRAJ investigate all issues brought before it?
What is CHRAJ all about?
The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) exists to protect fundamental human rights and to ensure good governance for every person in Ghana. The Commission was given a broad mandate to achieve this mission by the 1992 Constitution of Ghana and by its enabling Act, Act 456, in 1993. With a threefold mandate, CHRAJ is:
- A National Human Rights Institution
- An Ombudsman, an agency which ensures administrative justice
- An Anticorruption Agency for the public sector