Enhancing the Capacity of Female MPs on Debating during the lawmaking process- Kenya

The Global Affairs Canada-funded Inclusive Legislatures for Gender Responsive Policies (ILGRP) project implemented in Kenya, Ghana, and Togo aims at improving development outcomes and human rights.The project supports three partner Parliaments and Parliamentarians to consider the differential impacts of policies, laws, and budgets on the poorest and most marginalized populations, particularly women and girls. This project is[…]



Freedom of Religion or Belief Seminar in The Gambia by ACEPA.

In an attempt to raise awareness on the work of the Gambia Parliamentary Caucus onFreedom of Religion or Belief (FoRB), foster consistent dialogue between caucus membersand The Gambian public, the African Centre for Parliamentary Affairs (ACEPA) and itspartners in collaboration with the National Assembly of The Gambia, again organized a one-day seminar on the theme: Discrimination and[…]



Illiterates will be elected as Members of Parliament if we don’t stop vote buying – ACEPA ED.

The Executive Director of the African Center for Parliamentary Affairs (ACEPA), Dr Rasheed Draman, has bemoaned the rising incidences of vote buying by politicians during elections. Vote buying is a practice whereby contestants in an election use monetary or other forms of inducements to influence the electorate to vote in their favour. Dr Draman said it is[…]

Internships at ACEPA

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Webinar on Gender-Sensitive Legislation.

We are honored to introduce Hon Betty Efua Mensah, Member of Parliament for Afram Plains North constituency in the Eastern Region of Ghana, as a distinguished panelist for our upcoming webinar on Gender-Sensitive Legislation. This webinar is open to the general public.Date: February 1, 2024Time (EST): 8am-10amClick the link to register: https://shorturl.at/lAOR3 With an impressive academic background, Hon. Dr. Krosbi Mensah[…]



Data for Accountability: Reflections from 2023

The Data for Accountability Project’s (DAP II) work with the Parliament of Ghana to use data to monitor the country’s progress on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) continued apace in 2023. The relationship between GSS and Parliament has gone from strength to strength, and we have  seen examples of MPs using the skills they have learnt through[…]