Legislators advised to respect common good in policy-making

Ghana Parliament SOTN Mr Samuel Zan Akologo, Executive Secretary, Department of Human Development at the National Catholic Secretariat, Accra, has entreated Ghana's lawmakers to respect the common good of the people at all times in the policy choices they make. Mr Akologo made the appeal in a presentation on the topic: 'Parliamentary Knowledge-Base, an Effective Resource for Evidence-Informed Policy Making' at a recent sensitisation meeting with Parliament of Ghana, organised by the Ghana Information Network for Knowledge Sharing (GINKS). He explained Evidence-Based Policy Making to mean a public policy informed by rigorous established objective evidence of what works and has desirable impact. » Read More

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