Skip to main content
  • CSPS Seminar: Food policies and food politics

    Another in our biweekly seminar series: What happens when you import your onions from Niger and your tomatoes from Burkina? Questions about food policies, food policies and food security. 

    Our presenter is Professor Akosua Darkwah of the Department of Sociology at the University of Ghana. 

  • CSPS Seminar: Inequalities in basic education

    Mr Kofi Asare, Executive Director of the NGO Africa Education Watch, discusses inequalities in access to basic education and suggests policy pathways towards universal school enrolment with relevant learning outcomes in Ghana. 

     

  • Blog: the politics of interventions to improve nutritional outcomes

    Dr. Adwoa Yeboah Gyapong, CSPS Research Fellow, has co-written a blog on the political economy processes behind agricultural interventions that are designed to improve nutritional outcomes.

    Read more here.

  • CSPS Social Policy Seminar on employment/labour conditions on agric plantations

    As part of the celebration of the Day of Scientific Rennaissance of Africa at the University of Ghana, CSPS held a special (virtual) seminar on a topic that brought together two central themes for social policy and social development on the continent: agriculture and employment.

  • CSPS participates in roundtable on the intersection of feminist research with policy

    Prof. Nana Akua Anyidoho, Director of CSPS, participated in a panel on strengthening the relationship between feminist research and policy practice. The discussion was co-organized by the Centre for Democratic (CDD-Ghana) and the Centre for Gender Studies and Advocacy (CEGENSA) to explore the opportunites that exist for feminist scholars and policy practitioners to collaborate towards achieving gender equality.