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Ghana has a thriving democracy because of its commitment to social dialogue


Daniel Oberko: The peace experienced during and after the elections, and the commitment to a smooth transition process, are the results of an economy built on a formidable social dialogue framework

Radical reforms are needed to protect workers’ rights in the UK


Carolyn Jones: Currently the UK has less than 20 per cent of its workforce covered by collective bargaining arrangements, against an EU average of 62 per cent

The CIVICUS Monitor – informing the fightback against closing civic space


Gilbert, Perera and Belaiba: For a long time, civil society has been asked by decision makers to produce concrete evidence of the global threat to civic space

Somalia in focus on the World Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists


Omar Faruk Osman: The federal government’s failure to investigate or establish accountability has reinforced a culture of impunity