Women and Electoral Politics: A Ghana Connect Debate based on Afrobarometer Data

This evening, I have been invited to JoyFM’s debate program Ghana Connect (on air 6.30PM on 99.7) to discuss women and electoral politics on the basis of a new report Afrobarometer has come out with: “Support…

Ghanaian Students in Ukraine: Some Facts and Some Questions

In my  research, two times I came across students mentioning Ukrainian recruitment efforts of Ghanaian students. With the political developments unfolding as the focus groups progressed, the image of Ghanaians in Ukraine have burned into my mind. When…

BloggingGhana Social Media Hub: Thoughts

Earlier this year, I wrote about our decision to move forward with an office and a “hub” for social media activities, and now a few months into the year, we are about to move in!…

BloggingGhana proudly presents: The Social Media Awards

Last year, BloggingGhana launched the BloggingGhana Social Media Awards for the very first time – highlights included the American ambassador speaking (with Best Blog winner Nana Darkoa Sekyama above), sassily dressed crowd and glossy plaques…

Ghana 57 years – What’s Next?

Congratulations, mother Ghana to your 57 years. You stand proud. You remember happy days filled with sunshine and song, sad days of abuse and pain, regular days with little water, but much warmth and the…