Ghana Decides 2024 – join the discussion!

Ghana Decides 2024 Webinar
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Join us for a brilliant panel on Ghana’s 2024 elections as we discuss issues, concerns and outcomes.

21 May 2024, 4:00PM Ghana time, 5:00PM UK time

How will the last election of the year play out – and what will it tell us about Ghanaian democracy and the prospects for the economy?


Organised by the International Development Department and the Centre for Elections, Democracy, Accountability and Representations of the University of Birmingham, and Democracy in Africa.

One of the final polls in the Year of Elections – during which more than 2 billion people will participate in elections in over 50 countries worldwide – will take place in Ghana. This round table brings together leading researchers and commentators to ask what issues will drive the campaigns, what concerns – if any – people have about the quality of the process, and what outcomes are most likely.


Professor Edward Brenya – Head of Department and lecturer at the Department of History and Political Studies, KNUST

Professor George Bob-Milliar – Lecturer and Director of the Centre for Cultural and African Studies (CeCASt at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

Michelle Ankrah-Pambour – Executive Director, LiOR Foundation

Dr Rose Mensah-Kutin – Director, ABANTU for Development

Dr Joseph Asunka – CEO, Afrobarometer

Professor Jeffrey Haynes – Emeritus Professor of Politics, London Metropolitan University

Moderator: Sharon Boadu, Mo Ibrahim Scholar, Mo Ibrahim Foundation and the University of Birmingham

Chair: Prof Nic Cheeseman, Professor of Democracy and Director of CEDAR, University of Birmingham

Join in the debate... let us know what you think!

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