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.
To commemorate International Anti-Corruption Day the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) presents the State of Corruption Report, outlining the progress made on the National Anti-Corruption Action Plan (NACAP).
As part of the Anti-Corruption & Transparency Week the Commission for Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) brings together students to discuss integrity and anti-corruption.
The event brings together leading national and international institutions to strengthen international legal cooperation in the fight against international crime and money laundering.
During the week a number of events will take place throughout Ghana engaging civil society, the private sector and public institutions to reaffirm the collective commitment to fight corruption.
Latest news and events
- December: Summary of news
- CHRAJ celebrates National Conference to commemorate International Anti-Corruption Day
- CHRAJ brings together over 200 students for the Youth Forum on Integrity
- International Forum on Asset Recovery and Money Laundering, organised by the EU in collaboration with anti-corruption institutions