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Imani Center for Policy and Education

Imani Center for Policy and Education
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IMANI seeks to stimulate public discussion of the promotion of economic prosperity rights, the rule of law, open and unconditional trade, free speech, and decentralization of power and resources. IMANI will accomplish this mission by continuing to educate individuals on the value of free-markets and human initiative made manifest through entrepreneurship. In addition, IMANI will continue to affect the public policy and corporate realm of society through forums, congregations and published articles.

IMANI Center For Policy and Education

Background Others are skeptical and actually suggest we do no harm to the constitution by reordering its configurations, intentions and...

The post IMANI Policy Debate Series: “ Does Ghana have a Winner-Take-All Constitution”? appeared first on IMANI Center For Policy and Education.

Author: IMANI News Room
Posted: November 22, 2014, 3:09 pm

Commentary by Franklin Cudjoe IMANI’s full review of the 2015 budget will soon be published. However, it is important to...

The post Budget 2015: Good decision on two tax items but… appeared first on IMANI Center For Policy and Education.

Author: IMANI News Room
Posted: November 21, 2014, 10:22 am

Background The current constitutional review process risks political sabotage – IMANI has better alternatives. Ghana’s political and economic evolution has...

The post Public Forum On The Dangers Associated With Ghana’s Constitutional Reforms appeared first on IMANI Center For Policy and Education.

Author: IMANI News Room
Posted: November 18, 2014, 4:15 pm

Dear Franklin, I am writing to you on two matters, first Imani’s glorious tenth anniversary and the forum on corruption...

The post Paul Adom-Otchere Writes to IMANI President – “More Grease To Your Elbows” appeared first on IMANI Center For Policy and Education.

Author: IMANI News Room
Posted: November 17, 2014, 3:02 pm

Ghana  Growth and Development Platform Current Issue Note 5, November 11, 2014  THE ISSUE/IMPASSE: On 22 October 2014, twelve  of...

The post How To Resolve The Second-Tier Pension Impasse And Improve Pension Administration In Ghana appeared first on IMANI Center For Policy and Education.

Author: IMANI News Room
Posted: November 13, 2014, 5:02 pm

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