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9 Lessons from the 3 Countries that successfully combated the spread of the coronavirus.

A majority of countries have implemented a lockdown in an attempt to reduce the spread of the coronavirus and combat the growing number of infected people. Prior to the coronavirus being declared a pandemic by WHO, there was a clear patter in terms of people’s response to the spread of the virus although there were […]

A Position Paper On The COVID-19 Situation In Ghana: “The Science For Face Masks Is Clear”

ALTHOUGH A VACCINE FOR THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) IS YET TO BE MADE, THERE IS A SIMPLE AND VERY EASY-TO-APPLY PERSONAL HEALTH LIFESTYLE THAT WILL HELP STOP THE CORONAVIRUS. THE REALM OF SCIENCE SUPPORTS IT. – Osei Bonsu Dickson, Esq., Edem Kojo Spio As of 17:15:08 GMT+0000 on Saturday April 18 2020, 834 confirmed cases have […]

Funding, capacity building driving cyber security initiatives

Chief Legal Advisor to the National Security Secretariat and Coordinator of the Security Governance Initiative (SGI), Osei Bonsu Dickson, has disclosed that previous challenges of financial and human capacity constraints are now a thing of the past, with sustained funding support paving the way for an aggressive cyber-based initiatives. “In the past, most public prosecutors, […]

Harnessing public engagement for police accountability in Africa

Direct engagement and collaboration hold significant potential for improving policing on the continent. 12 FEB 2020  /  BY ROMI SIGSWORTH In contextualising a report on the public’s use of social media to engage with and promote police accountability in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, this report gives an overview of public accountability mechanisms across the globe and explores some […]