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2012 Findings on the Worst Forms of Child Labor - Ghana

30 September 2013 | Publisher: United States Department of Labor | Document type: Annual Reports

Côte d'Ivoire : Répartition des refugiés ivoiriens dans les pays limitrophes (au 26 Septembre 2013)

26 September 2013 | Publisher: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) | Document type: Maps

RRT Case No. 1310891

19 September 2013 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Case Law

Plane returning injured Russian chief justice from Ghana

18 September 2013 | Publisher: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty | Document type: Country News

Information Centre Asylum and Migration (2 Septemebr 2013)

2 September 2013 | Publisher: Germany: Federal Office for Migration and Asylum | Document type: Country News

Ghana: (1) Regions where Traditional Heads maintain strong authority over the population. (2) Relationships between the Government and local Traditional Heads (whether an individual may be arbitrarily arrested and/ or detained by the authorities for personal motivations held by Traditional Heads, and whether there are any legal protective measures which are effective from which a person can benefit), such as: -What is the relationship between local Traditional Heads and the central/local Government and the judiciary? -What type of power or authority, local traditional heads have; i.e. can they be linked to local authorities; do they have (official or unofficial) authority to order police to arrest individuals and/or have prosecutors try individuals in court, and if so, would the federal authorities intervene (for example if the traditional head manipulates the authorities to arrest, falsely charge try individuals in trails which lack due process guarantees) -Can the local traditional heads exert their power beyond their own/ local areas, for example to the capital city? (3) In the event a power struggle among Traditional Heads, including a fight to take over the Traditional Headship, occurs in particular regions, whether the central/ regional Government would be able to exert control, including through administrative regulations, legislative activities and/or exercise of judicial/police authority. In other words, can the federal or local authorities protect an individual from threats by non-state agents who want to take over the role? Would the Traditional Head themselves be able to protect an individual appointed as the next Traditional Head from non-state agents wanting to take over the role?

15 July 2013 | Publisher: Country of Origin Research and Information (CORI) | Document type: Query Responses

Compilation of recommendations relating to statelessness made during the Second Cycle (13th - 16th sessions) of the Human Rights Council's Universal Periodic Review

11 July 2013 | Publisher: UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) | Document type: Compilations

Freedom of the Press 2013 - Ghana

1 July 2013 | Publisher: Freedom House | Document type: Annual Reports

Making love a crime: Criminalization of same-sex conduct in Sub-Saharan Africa

25 June 2013 | Publisher: Amnesty International | Document type: Regional Reports

2013 Trafficking in Persons Report - Ghana

19 June 2013 | Publisher: United States Department of State | Document type: Annual Reports

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