Ghana’s anti-LGBTQ+ hate campaign deserves a serious response
Original publication August 16, 2021
Ghana has long been known for its moderate governance, free speech and multicultural tolerance. But a proposed new law would radically and cruelly suppress the rights of LGBTQ+ people there. Canadians should support efforts to kill this bill. See link to read more of this blog
Ghanaian diplomat Sulley Gariba, who worked to level inequalities, called Canada his second home
Original publication May 19, 2021
His commitment to democracy was deep. He recruited and mentored new political candidates across all parties to better represent northern Ghana. He became a political commentator on radio and television. He wanted more action, less talk.
Checking China’s Economic Excess in Africa: Institutional and Civic Strategies
As China’s rise to neo-colonial dominance in Sub-Saharan Africa accelerates, kicked into a higher gear by the ambitious Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), African leaders from village to statehouse are seeking effective ways of checking Chinese economic excess on their sovereign lands.
Tech Tonic: Are Development NGOs Ready For AI?
On the outskirts of Dhaka, in the soft blue glow of a bank of computers, young engineers customize software for businesses from around the world. In a village outside Chittagong, a mother logs into an online-money platform to transfer tuition funds to her daughter in a nearby college town.