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ACEPA Engages Latrikunda Sabiji Constituency In the Gambia

A one-day Constituency Engagement was organized by the Africa Centre for Parliamentary Affairs (ACEPA) on the 29th of September, 2023 in collaboration with The Gambia Parliamentary Caucus on Freedom of Religion or Belief (FoRB) with the objective to campaign for the promotion and protection of FoRB in The Gambia in Latrikunda Sabiji Constituency. The engagement between members […]

ACEPA Engages Sanimentereng Constituency In The Gambia

On the 28th September, 2023 a one-day engagement activity was organized by the Africa Centre for Parliamentary Affairs (ACEPA) in collaboration with The Gambia Parliamentary Caucus on Freedom of Religion or Belief (FoRB) with the objective to campaign for the promotion and protection of FoRB in The Gambia in Sanimentereng. The engagement between members of The Gambian[…]

Strengthening Parliaments for SDG Implementation: Insights from Ghana.

Parliaments play an important role in holding countries to account – scrutinising legislation, policies and spending and ensuring governments work for their people. They are unique in bringing together the main political forces of a country and represent the diversity of interests in a society.  Parliaments, therefore, should also play an important role in Sustainable Development Goals[…]

ACEPA Holds  Roundtable Meeting on FoRB in Ghana

The African Centre for Parliamentary Affairs (ACEPA) in partnership with the International Panel of Parliamentarians on Freedom of Religion or Belief (IPPFoRB) and the African Parliamentarians’ Association for Human Rights (AfriPAHR) is implementing a project to advance issues of Freedom of Religion or Belief in Africa. A roundtable meeting was organized in Accra and brought together Parliamentarians,[…]