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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