CHRAJ In the News
CAN GHANA STREAMLINE REGULATIONS FOR ACCOUNTABILITY FROM GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESSES IN ITS PROPOSED HUMAN RIGHTS POLICY?
CHRAJ SEEKS STAKEHOLDERS’ INPUTS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NATIONAL ACTION PLAN ON BUSINESS AND 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.
As the Ombudsman of Ghana, CHRAJ is mandated to protect and promote administrative justice to ensure that the government and its officers are ...
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 ...