The Coalition on the Right to Information, Ghana (RTI Coalition) has set up a 13-member RTI Implementation Committee.
The 13-member technical committee known as the Civil Society RTI Implementation Committee, began work from Thursday 8th August, 2019.
This Committee will collaborate with key stakeholders to Get Ghana Ready for effective implementation of the RTI Act from January 2020.
We recognise the roadmap set out by the Ministry of Information for a full roll out of the law next year. This Committee will complement the efforts of the Ministry and all other stakeholders to ensure that the measures planned for implementation are actually achieved.
As part of its activities, the Committee has developed a strategic plan to guide the RTI Coalition’s support for the effective implementation of the Act.
The under listed persons from member organisations constitute the RTI Implementation Committee;
Jeremiah Sam (Programmes Director, Penplusbytes) – Chairperson
Gloria Hiadzi (Executive Secretary, Ghana Independent Broadcasters Association) – Vice Chairperson
Esther Ahulu (Programmes Officer, Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative) – Secretary
Sammy Obeng (Executive Director, Parliamentary Network Africa) – Spokesperson
Affail Monney (President, Ghana Journalists Association) – Member
Akoto Ampaw (Lawyer, Akuffo Addo and Co Chambers) – Member
Beauty Emefa Narteh (Executive Secretary, Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition) – Member
Collins Osei (Executive Director, Save our Environment Foundation) – Member
Elvis Darko (Steering Committee Member, Media Coalition on RTI) – Member
Kojo Asante, Ph.D (Director of Advocacy & Policy Engagement, CDD-Ghana) – Member
Linda Ofori-Kwafo (Executive Director, Ghana Integrity Initiative) – Member
Mina Mensah (Head of Africa Office, Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative) – Member
Naa Ayele Sekyere (Snr. Industrial Relation Officer & Parliamentary Liason, Ghana Trade Union Congress) – Member
Ugonna Ukaigwe (National Coordinator, Ghana CSOs Platform on SDGs) – Member