The University of Ghana School of Law, supported by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), is pleased to inform you of the return of its ongoing Law in Crisis series of lunchtime seminars.
This third edition will interrogate issues relating to the following themes: (a) Reform of teaching and assessments in Legal Education; (b) Gender and Politics: Women’s political status and representation in Ghana; (c) Adapting Tax, Labour and Corporate regulation to a post COVID-19 world; (d) Re-imagining the place of Human Rights in post- COVID-19 Ghana; (e) Ghana’s Public Health Law and the COVID-19 pandemic; and (f) the impact of COVID-19 on the Implementation of the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement: which way forward?
Join the next panel on “Gender and Politics:Women’s political status and representation in Ghana” which will be held this Thursday, 19 November 2020 at 1pm GMT via Zoom.
Our Panel members will be:
a) Professor Audrey Gadzekpo, Dean of the School of Information and Communication Studies, University of Ghana
b) Professor Akosua Darkwah, Head of Department of Sociology, University of Ghana
c) Dr. Benjamin Kunbuor, Politician and Lecturer, University of Ghana School of Law
d) Dr. Susan Adu-Amankwah, Public Health Pharmacist and Executive Secretary of the National Interest Movement (NIM)
The Conversation will be moderated by Ms. Afia Appiah, Development Expert and Managing Director, Hedge Ghana.
To register and join the conversation, connect through either of these platforms:
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Law in Crisis is also available as a podcast at https://uglawincrisis.podbean.com/ or on Spotify; Google Podcasts and Apple podcast.