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Electoral Supply Chain: a review

Electoral Supply Chain: a review Whereas some countries have enjoyed democratic and socio economic developments through elections, many others have suffered violence, divided societies, high cost of election, and reduction of public confidence in electoral, political and judicial systems. Electoral institutions can produce political conditions that not only impact on the potential costs, benefits of participation but results of the final elections. It can be argued that the Electoral institutions can influence the outcome of... Read More »

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Electoral Supply Chain: a review Whereas some countries have enjoyed democratic and socio economic developments through elections, many others have suffered violence, divided societies, high cost of election, and reduction of public confidence in electoral, political and judicial systems. Electoral institutions can produce political conditions that not only impact on the potential costs, benefits of participation but results of the final elections. It can be argued that the Electoral institutions can influence the outcome of… Read More &raquo

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The National Single Window Concept: “The Old Order Changeth Not?” By; Joe Effah-Nkyi, MILT The introduction of NATIONAL SINGLE WINDOW CONCEPT which seeks to integrate all stakeholder entities operating within Ghana’s maritime enclave on a common platform to enhance the entire Port clearance processes has come to add much impetus to the already existing procedures. However, certain critical elements which were expected to be factored onto the GCNET validated declaration viA the National single window… Read More &raquo

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Driver Well-Being – A Road Safety Critical Factor The recent National Road Safety Commission’s (NRSC) report for the first quarter of 2016, January to March, makes grim reading: 508 people were reported killed while using the roads in one way or the other: 394 males and 114 females. This figure represents 22% increase on last year’s figures: 395 people were reported killed on the roads in the first quarter of 2015. In all, 2,903 cases… Read More &raquo

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Africa Forum 2016 Presentations

The following presentations from Africa Forum 2016 are now available to view: Guest Speaker Presentations These are located on the International website (www.ciltinternational.org) Guest Speaker Presentations from Day One: http://www.ciltinternational.org/analysis-events/speaker-presentations-from-africa-forum/ Guest Speaker Presentations from Day Two: http://www.ciltinternational.org/analysis-events/speaker-presentations-from-africa-forum-2/ Institute Presentations: These are located on our slide share account (http://www.slideshare.net/ciltinternational) If a password is required please use Africaforum16 Gen Usman’s Welcome presentation: http://www.slideshare.net/ciltinternational/africa-forum-2016-welcome-address Keith Newton’s Welcome address: http://www.slideshare.net/ciltinternational/welcome-address-africa-forum-2016 Kevin Byrne’s Welcome address: http://www.slideshare.net/ciltinternational/welcome-address-africa-forum Professional Development & Education... Read More »

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The following presentations from Africa Forum 2016 are now available to view: Guest Speaker Presentations These are located on the International website (www.ciltinternational.org) Guest Speaker Presentations from Day One: http://www.ciltinternational.org/analysis-events/speaker-presentations-from-africa-forum/ Guest Speaker Presentations from Day Two: http://www.ciltinternational.org/analysis-events/speaker-presentations-from-africa-forum-2/ Institute Presentations: These are located on our slide share account (http://www.slideshare.net/ciltinternational) If a password is required please use Africaforum16 Gen Usman’s Welcome presentation: http://www.slideshare.net/ciltinternational/africa-forum-2016-welcome-address Keith Newton’s Welcome address: http://www.slideshare.net/ciltinternational/welcome-address-africa-forum-2016 Kevin Byrne’s Welcome address: http://www.slideshare.net/ciltinternational/welcome-address-africa-forum Professional Development & Education… Read More &raquo

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Seat Belts, Helmets – Rescue the perishing – By Dr. J. M. Y. Amegashie, FCILT

Since the introduction of seat belt in the Ghana Highway Code no evidence exists to establish that conscious and Since the introduction of seat belt in the Ghana Highway Code no evidence exists to establish that conscious and concerted efforts were made to legislate it until the creation of the Secretariat of the erstwhile National Road Safety Committee. In 1990 and 1994, the author benefited from two training programmes at Birmingham, UK and an Advanced... Read More »

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Since the introduction of seat belt in the Ghana Highway Code no evidence exists to establish that conscious and Since the introduction of seat belt in the Ghana Highway Code no evidence exists to establish that conscious and concerted efforts were made to legislate it until the creation of the Secretariat of the erstwhile National Road Safety Committee. In 1990 and 1994, the author benefited from two training programmes at Birmingham, UK and an Advanced… Read More &raquo

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