Mr. Azubike Nwora Chukwujekwu an intern and a Human Rights and Human Diversity student from Canada at a demolition site at Sodom and Gomorrah in Accra, . President Mahama in a photograph with participants including Deputy Commissioners Quayson and Whittal at a 2-day High Level Conference on NACAP The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), in collaboration with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), has organised a three-day conference on the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) Review of Ghana. The conference provided anti-corruption stakeholders the opportunity to examine key recommendations of the UNCAC Country Review Report of [...] The acting Commissioner of the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), Mr Richard Quayson, has been appointed member of a new National African Peer Review Mechanism (NAPRM) Governing Council. The African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) is a self-monitoring tool adopted by African Union (AU) member states within the framework of the New Partnership [...] The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) has issued a report on the State of Human Rights in Ghana, calling for the strengthening of the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Human Rights as part of efforts to ensure effectiveness in the state’s treaty reporting obligations. The report was issued as part of activities commemorating International [...] The core business of the Office of Ombudsman is the pursuit of administrative justice in a manner that is confidential, informal and flexible and which provides people with an opportunity to complain about (mis)conduct or “maladministration” by public officials. The Anti-Corruption Agency & Ethics Office for the Public Service of Ghana promotes integrity in the public service and combats corruption in Ghana. As the National Human Rights Institution of Ghana, CHRAJ has a duty to promote and protect fundamental human rights and freedoms in Ghana. The Commission's human rights work may be grouped into two broad areas: Source.