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“This training has opened our eyes to a lot of things that we have hitherto not been privy to about Ghana's oil find. The general impression among the majority of Ghanaians is that oil has come to solve all our problems, so there is a lot of work for us to do in educating the public and managing public expectations. It is because of this that I am calling for the establishment of a Network of Reporters of Extractive Industries in order to share knowledge and information in pursuit of this national course. ”
Issah Shaibu, Chief Editor, Radio Ghana
February 15, 2017
The Parliamentary Centre implemented workshops in Guyana and Trinidad & Tobago on the role of parliament in the governance of the extractive sector.
October 21, 2016
After the peace agreement was not ratified by the Colombians during the plebiscite on October 2nd, what’s left for peacebuilding in Colombia? This important and current issue will be discussed with…
October 19, 2016
The award-winning “Our Voice” pilot project used an innovative SMS polling platform to break down traditional barriers for women’s participation in decision making and bring tangible changes in…
October 4, 2016
On September 21, 2016 – which also happened to be the International Day of Peace - the Parliamentary Centre was honoured to be called as a witness during the meeting of the Standing Senate