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  • BBC features CSPS research on Ghanaian women's digital work

    The BBC, in a news article, featured research by CSPS on women's digital work. 

  • CSPS runs a trainer of trainers workshop on data collection and analysis of vulnerabilities

    CSPS ran a trainer of trainers workshop on data collection and analysis on vulnerabilities, at the request of the Ghana Employment and Social Protection Program, funded by the EU. Participants were from the Institute of Local Government Studies and the School of Social Work.

    The goal of the 5-day workshop to provide participatns with knowledge and skills to assess vulnerability-related issues, collect and analyze relevant data, monitor interventions and apply various study techniques within the district context.

  • Introducing the 2021-2022 cohort of the MA in Social Policy Studies program at CSPS. 

    We are pleased to introduce the 2021-2022 cohort of the Masters in Social Policy Studies program. 

    This year's admission was particularly competitive; through a series of written and oral assessments, we identified applicants who had a strong potentially for graduate studies and compelling reasons for wanting to enter the program. 

    In their own words, the members of the chort explain why they chose this CSPS graduate program. 

  • Dr. Ernestina Tetteh convenes event for International Day for Street Children

    Dr. Ernestina Tetteh, Research Fellow at CSPS, has converted her work on street children into advocacy. She is the convener of a organisations working with this population of young people. On 12 April, she organized an event to commemorate the International Day for Street Children and to hold a conversation with the media and the public about how ordinary people can help to make better the lives of street children. 

  • John Azam wins Best MA Thesis Prize 🥳

    John Theodore Azam, who graduated in January 2022 from the CSPS MA program in Social Policy Studies, will receive the CSPS Best MA Thesis Prize at the University of Ghana's Academic Awards Ceremony on Friday, 29 April 2022.  John's thesis was selcted for the prize after a rigorous process that involved shortlisting four theses which were then put through a review process.