ARAP HANDS OVER VEHICLES TO CHRAJ TO MONITOR AND EVALUATE ACTIVITIES IN THE REGIONS

INAUGURATION OF 13-MEMBER COMMITTEE TO DEVELOP AN ACTION PLAN - NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION

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PRESS STATEMENT: CHRAJ CONDEMNS VIOLENCE AT AYAWASO WEST WUOGON

The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) condemns in no...

WE’LL PASS RTI BILL 2019 -VEEP

Anticipated passage of the Right To Information (RTI) Bill will not happen...

ANTI-CORRUPTION WEEK LAUNCHED IN ACCRA

Date: Dec 04 , 2018  BY: Caroline Boateng – Daily Graphic Ghana’s...

NANHRI Meets NHRIs On SOGI Project

Following the adoption of Resolution 275 during the 55th Ordinary Session of...

Regional News

Post source : Maxwell Suuk | citinewsroom.com | Ghana When ex-convict Hamza Osman was freed from the Tamale Central Prisons, he...
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Credit: ARAP Published 05/06/2019     ARAP, FIIAPP and the EU Delegation to Ghana are proud to have received an award during...
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RTI law will help CHRAJ actualise its vision – Director By Afedzi Abdullah/ Isaac Asirifi, GNA Cape Coast, March 29,...
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CHRAJ in the News

Fight against corruption, money laundering: Confiscate ill-gotten wealth …from culprits after jail time – A-G
‘Enforce anti-graft laws to consolidate gains’
We’ll consider request for public hearing of PPA investigations — CHRAJ
Corruption allegation at Public Procurement Authority; CHRAJ receives President’s petition
Anti-corruption strategy only a plan — Study
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COMMISSIONER'S MESSAGE

I am pleased to welcome you to the online resource of the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), Ghana. Established in 1993 by its enabling legislation Act 456 pursuant to Article 216 of the 1992 Constitution, the Commission...

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HUMAN RIGHTS

CHRAJ has a broad mandate to protect universal human rights and freedoms, especially those vested in the 1992 Constitution, including civil, political, economic, social, and cultural rights.

ADMINISTRATIVE JUSTICE

As the Ombudsman of Ghana, CHRAJ is mandated to protect and promote administrative justice to ensure that the government and its officers are ...

ANTI-CORRUPTION

CHRAJ also serves as an Anti-Corruption Agency. Its anti-corruption powers stem from Articles 218(a) & (e); 284-288 of the 1992 Constitution and Section ...

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