This page contains the latest news and events stories from ARAP’s work.
It presents the purpose and outcomes from Programme workshops, trainings and other key moments designed to make a positive change in the fight against corruption, as well as other significant anti-corruption developments in Ghana.
One of the objectives of this exchange of experiences is to obtain the best practices that can be applied in the reality of each country.
The National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) held the 4th National Accountability, Rule of law and Anti-Corruption Programme (ARAP) dialogue on ‘Whistle blowing’ mechanism in Tamale, in the Northern Region to engage, educate and empower the people to report cases of corruption.
Using a competency-based learning approach, the course starts by defining a policing function as a series of competencies, or clusters of skills and associated knowledge.
During the meeting, ARAP presented the results of the just closing “Communication with Communities” programme and analysed with the IGP the future collaborations in different areas within the legal department, the communication department, the operational department, and the technological (ICT) units.