Ghana Decides

  • Ghana Elections Infographic by @GhanaDecides

    The Ghanaian electorates goes to the poll to elect a President and Parliamentary candidates for their 275 constituencies on Friday, December 7, 2012. Over the past couple of months, Ghana Decides team been using social media tools (Blogs, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Online debates) to monitor the political dialogue...
  • New Ghana Decides Campaign – Our Vote, Our Voice!

    Just a few days to Ghana’s Election on December 7, Ghana Decides is out a new campaign to encourage voter participation in the upcoming 2012 Elections. The process is very simple: Fill out an online or offline pledge card and provide us with your contact information so that we...
  • Ghana Elections Hub Launched

    From the Google Africa Blog: December 7th 2012, will be an important day for Ghana and Ghanaian voters.  Ghana has already established a reputation for a being a vibrant and stable democracy, and expectations are that the upcoming election in December will be yet another opportunity to reinforce the...
  • Free Screening: African Election Docie @ TALK PARTY Series

    Ghana Decides teams up with the AccraAlt TALK PARTY Series for the FREE screening and Questions & Answer session with the filmmaker, Jarreth Merz of An African Election on Friday, August 31st 2012 from 7pm – 10pm @ Exhibition Hall – Alliance Francaise An African Election is a remarkable...
  • Interview With Jarreth Merz – Director; An African Election documentary

    “Ghana found itself in the same place in which the U.S. election stalled in the 2000 presidential elections. But instead of the unwillingness of the candidates to allow the system to proceed and the people to decide, Ghana honored democracy and its people.” (Jarreth Merz) Sometime last month (Ma5...
  • Interview: Jarreth Merz – Director; An African Election Documentary

    “Ghana found itself in the same place in which the U.S. election stalled in the 2000 presidential elections. But instead of the unwillingness of the candidates to allow the system to proceed and the people to decide, Ghana honored democracy and its people.” (Jarreth Merz)  Sometime last month (Ma5...
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