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Ghana groups use whistleblower rights booklet to fight corruption

Posted in International
The Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition and the British High Commission in Accra (the British Embassy) have published A User’s Guide to the Whistleblower as part of their efforts to eradicate corruption. The 34-page booklet is inspired by a call of Ghana’s President, John Evans Atta Mills, to make the penalties for corruption high enough for deterrence. Professor Kenneth Agyemang Attafuah, an … Continue Reading

Obama supports whistleblowers in Ghana

Posted in International
  President Barack Obama called for "protecting whistle-blowers to advance transparency and accountability" during his speech in Ghana. He did so in the context of promising an increase in "assistance for responsible individuals and institutions, with a focus on supporting good governance." "We have a responsibility to support those who act responsibly and to isolate those who don’t, and that … Continue Reading