‘Prominent persons can spark ‘Me Too’ revolution in Ghana’

[ad_1] Dr. Louise Carol Donkor, a gender, media and politics researcher has indicated that the only way a ‘Me Too’ revolution can happen in Ghana is when a prominent person speaks up about his or her experience with sexual harassment. She pointed out that in the heat of the ‘Me …

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Gender 101: Women must stop playing victims – Activist

[ad_1] A gender activist and event organizer Kyei Andoh has called on women to stop playing “the victim” in their relationship with men. In his view, women must ensure that they are understood and empathized with than to be sympathized with by society. “Playing the victims card of sexual abuse …

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Men must champion women’s rights – Akufo-Addo

[ad_1] President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has urged decision-makers from all sectors of national life to support policies which empower women and girls. At the launch of the HeForShe platform, at the Independence Square, in Accra, on Tuesday, 12th December, 2017, the President also invited men and boys across all …

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Otiko justifies ‘short skirt attracts rape’ comment – Starr Fm

[ad_1] Gender minister Otiko Djaba has justified her call for school girls to desist from wearing skimpy dresses because they appeal to rapists. According to her, the caution was a sincere advice from a mother to her daughters. Addressing students of the Krobo Girls Presbyterian Senior High School in …

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