Law in Crisis
Law in Crisis (Elections Series) Episode 5: Post Election Transition Management

Law in Crisis (Elections Series) Episode 5: Post Election Transition Management

September 22, 2020

Panellists:

1. Hon. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah is the Minister for Information and the Member of Parliament for Ofoase-Ayirebi. 

2. Dr Christina Amoako-Nuama, Fmr. Presidential Advisor; Fmr. Minister for Environment, Science and Technology; Education; and Lands and Forestry.

3. Nana Ato Dadzie, Fmr Chief of Staff

 

Moderator: Ernest Kofi Abotsi, Dean, UPSA Law School

Law in Crisis (Elections Series) Episode 4: Elections and Pandemics: Pathways for Innovative Election Management

Law in Crisis (Elections Series) Episode 4: Elections and Pandemics: Pathways for Innovative Election Management

September 22, 2020

Panellists:

1. Nana Kofi Quakyi, Research Fellow & Doctoral Candidate, NYU School of Global Public Health

2. Brigitte Dzogbenuku, Founder/Executive Director, Mentoring Women Ghana (MWG

3. Professor Henry K. Prempeh, Executive Director, CDD-GH

Moderator: Ms Shamima Muslim

Law in Crisis (Elections Series) Episode 3: Access to Electoral Information & Voter Engagement

Law in Crisis (Elections Series) Episode 3: Access to Electoral Information & Voter Engagement

August 25, 2020

University of Ghana School of Law, supported by STAR Ghana Foundation with thanks to UkAid& EUROPEAN UNION, is pleased to inform you of the return of its long running Law in Crisis series of lunchtime seminars.

This second edition, which is the Law in Crisis (Election Series), will interrogate various issues relating to the 2020 Presidential and Parliamentary elections, including manifesto accountability; election management in light of the COVID-19 pandemic; campaign finance; access to electoral information; and post-election transition management.

Join the next panel on "Access to Electoral Information and Voter Engagement under the spectre of pandemics", which was held, this Monday 24 August 2020, at 1pm GMT.

Panellists:

1. Josephine Nkrumah, Chairperson, National Commission for Civic Education

2. Bright Simons, President, mPedigree

3. Akoto Ampaw, Private Legal Practictioner

4. Rhoda Osei-Afful, Team Leader, (Elections, Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption),

CDD-Ghana Moderator: Samson Lardy Anyenini, Partner, A-Partners@Law

To register and join subsequent convenings, connect through either of these platforms: Zoom: https://bit.ly/LawInCrisisZoom YouTube: https://bit.ly/LawInCrisisYoutubeLive Facebook: https://bit.ly/LawInCrisisFacebook

Law in Crisis (Election Series) Episode 2: Campaign Finance

Law in Crisis (Election Series) Episode 2: Campaign Finance

August 18, 2020

University of Ghana School of Law, supported by STAR Ghana Foundation with thanks to UkAid& EUROPEAN UNION, is pleased to inform you of the return of its long running Law in Crisis series of lunchtime seminars. 

This panel on "Campaign Finance", was held on Monday 17 August 2020, at 1pm GMT.

Panellists: 

1. Dr. Benjamin Kunbuor, Former Attorney General and Minister for Defence, Interior, and Health 

2. Dr. Louis Carol Donkor, Policy, Partnerships and Communication Officer, SDGs Unit Office of the President

3. Dr. Daniel Appiah, Lecturer, UG School of Business

4. Ms Sefakor Ashiagbor, Senior Advisor, Political Party Programmes, National Democratic Institute

Intervenor: Professor Henry Kwasi Prempeh, CDD-GH

Moderator: Bernard K. Avle, Award-Winning Journalist

Law in Crisis (Election Series) Episode 1: Manifesto Accountability

Law in Crisis (Election Series) Episode 1: Manifesto Accountability

August 12, 2020

The University of Ghana School of Law, supported by STAR Ghana Foundation with thanks to UkAid& EUROPEAN UNION, is proud to inform you of the return of its long running Law in Crisis series of lunchtime seminars. 

This second edition, which is the Law in Crisis (Election Series), will interrogate various issues relating to the 2020 Presidential and Parliamentary elections, including manifesto accountability; election management in light of the COVID-19 pandemic; campaign finance; access to electoral information; and post-election transition management. 

This panel on "Manifesto Accountability", was held on Monday 10 August 2020, at 1pm GMT.

Panellists

1. Dr. Nii Boi Thompson, Former Director-General of the National Development Planning Commission (NDPC)

2. Dr. Emmanuel Akwetey, Founding Executive Director, Institute for Democratic Governance (IDEG)

3. Dr. Maame Gyekye-Jandoh, Senior Lecturer & Head of Department, University of Ghana Political Science Department

4. Kinna Likimani, Director, Odekro

Moderator: Maame Abena Mensa-Bonsu, PhD Candidate, Oxford University

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