16Jul

WAPCAS Donates Computers And Accessories To CHRAJ And Signs MOU To Boost Human Rights Intervention Programmes

Officials of the Ghana West Africa Program to Combat AIDS and STI (WAPCAS) have donated computers and accessories to the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ). The items which included one laptop computer, ten desktop computers, ten Uninterruptible Power Supply Systems, and eleven printers were handed over to the Commission under the Global […]

03Jul

CHRAJ Hosts Gambian Human Rights Commission Members

Commission Members of the Gambian Human Rights Commission are on a three – day study tour to the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) to acquaint themselves with best practices to enable them appreciate opportunities and challenges of National Human Rights Institutions. The five Commission Members led by Mr. Emmanuel Daniel Joof, Chairperson […]

19Jun

13 Ugandan Delegation pays Benchmarking Visit To CHRAJ

A 22 member delegation from the Independent Electoral Commission of Uganda, and the National Initiative for Civic Education in Uganda led by the UN Resident Coordinator in Uganda, Ms. Rosa Malango, the Government Chief Whip of Uganda, Hon. Ruth Nankabirwa, The Team Leader Institutional Effectiveness (IE), UNDP, Mr. Innocent Ejolu, and the Programme Officer of […]

01Jun

Communiqué For Immediate Release – English & French

Regional Consultation for National Human Rights Institutions in West Africa, Accra 29-31 May 2019 Accra, 31 May: From 29-31 May 2019, National Human Rights Institutions in West Africa met in Accra during a regional consultation jointly organized by the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice of Ghana (CHRAJ), the Network of National Human Rights […]

07May

Outcome Document – Africa regional Forum on Sustainable development (ARFSD)

Outcome Document Side event at the Africa Regional Forum on Sustainable Development: lessons learned for supporting a human rights-based approach to the SDGs CLICK LINK BELOW TO READ MORE: The side event took place on Thursday 18th April at the Africa regional Forum on Sustainable development (ARFSD). The event brought together representatives of the Office […]

20Apr

CHRAJ Calls For Decriminalisation Of Petty Offences

CHRAJ calls for decriminalisation of petty offences By Benjamin Adamafio Commey/Emmanuel Todd, GNA Accra, April 18, GNA – The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) has called on stakeholders in the Criminal Justice System to decriminalise and declassify petty offences in order to meet the Africa Charter on Humans and Peoples’ Rights. It […]