Ghana: A seven point human rights agenda for the new government
As Professor John Evans Atta Mills takes office as President of Ghana, Amnesty International is calling on the new President to make human rights central to his political programme and to commit himself to implement a clear agenda for human rights which should include the seven points set out in this document. These include a number of human rights problems which require immediate action, such as violence against women, the death penalty, and unfair trials.
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