IMPROVING CONDITIONS FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES (PWDs)
In Ghana, persons suffering from both physical and mental disabilities constitute an impoverished marginalised group, characterised by lack of access to public health, education, and other social services that would promote, support and protect the socio-economic rights and realities of disabled persons.
Report On PBLN, Ghana Training on Improving Conditions for Persons with Disability.
In 2006 and 2012, the country passed two Acts to support and protect the rights of disabled persons in Ghana. These were the Person with Disability Act (2006) and Mental Health Act (2012).
COMPREHENSIVE GUILDLINES OF DISABILITY RIGHTS LAW IN GHANA
This report is based on the laws pertaining to disability rights in Ghana, as of 2015. the report was put together by the Human Rights Advocacy Centre with support from the US State Department.
2015 Advocacy and Empowerment of LGBT Rights (LGBT HANDBOOK)
“Like being a woman, like being a racial, religious, tribal, or ethnic minority, being LGBT does not make you less human. And that is why gay rights are human rights, and human rights are gay rights.” -
Hillary Clinton at Human Rights Day (2011).
HRAC HOLDS FORUM ON SEXUAL REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH RIGHTS IN GHANA
As part of the organisation’s efforts to champion the course of Human Rights in Ghana, the Human Rights Advocacy Centre (HRAC) is undertaking a project dubbed “Strengthening Civil Society Advocacy and Monitoring on Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights in Ghana.”
HRAC Celebrates World Day of Social Justice
The Human Rights Advocacy Centre (HRAC) on 20th February celebrated the World Day of Social Justice by organizing an educational forum at the Osu Presbyterian Preparatory School for approximately forty-seven students.