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Social Democracy
Our Work

Social Democracy

Ghana is considered a beacon of hope in democratic practice in Africa. This is partly due to Ghana’s electoral democracy since 1992; at least, realising the two-turnover test of democratic consolidation. More

Trade Unions, Labour and Social Dialogue
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Trade Unions, Labour and Social Dialogue

Trade Unions in Ghana are a well-organised and powerful voice for workers (both formal and informal) compared to other trade unions in West Africa. More

Gender Justice, Inclusion and Participation
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Gender Justice, Inclusion and Participation

Like many African nations, Ghana’s population is made up of more women and young people. They also form majority of Ghana’s voting population. More

Economic Policy Competence Centre
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Economic Policy Competence Centre

Social justice and sustainable development in Africa are not possible without economic transformation. More

News & Activities

09.11.2023

Transitioning to a circular economy can create green job opportunities to curb the alarming rate of youth unemployment in Ghana. Shifting towards a…


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Monday, 26.06.2023 - Tuesday, 27.06.2023 - Jirapa, Upper West Region

Green Economy Transition has become key in development discourse in light of the increasing effects of the climate crisis and rising unemployment,…


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10.08.2022

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung jointly organized a three-day conference with the University of Environment and Sustainable Development on the African…


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Publications

Employment generation in Africa

Nkegbe, Paul Kwame; Musah Abu, Benjamin

Employment generation in Africa

Learning from good practices ; overview paper
Accra, 2023

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Employment generation in Africa

Nkegbe, Paul Kwame; Musah Abu, Benjamin

Employment generation in Africa

Learning from good practices ; Ghana case study
Accra, 2022

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Civil societies' input for reform of social protection in Ghana

Beeri Kasser-Tee, Clara K.

Civil societies' input for reform of social protection in Ghana

Accra, 2021

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Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
Ghana Office

Postal address
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
Ghana Office
P.O. Box 9722, KIA
Accra
Ghana

Location
Ring Road East 869/2,
150 m off Danquah Circle

+233 (0)303 93 34 96
+233 (0)303 93 34 97
+233 (0)302 77 29 90
office.ghana(at)fes.de

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