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December, 2017

  • 24 December

    Lawyer Sosu’s ban; read the full transcript of a meeting between him and GLC

    Celebrated human rights lawyer, Francis-Xavier Sosu was baned June this year by the General Legal Council for finding the lawyer guilty of overcharging a client, touting and personal advertising. At one of the meetings at the GLC, this is what transpired. TRANSCRIPT OF MEETING BETWEEN GLC AND FRANCIS SOSU AY: …

September, 2017

  • 17 September

    We shall end Child Slavery in Ghana – YoHRA

    The President and Founding member of Youth for Human Rights Africa (YoHRA), Francis-Xavier Sosu has pledged his commitment to end child slavery in Ghana. He made this pledge when he was speaking at the Global Ambassadors Institute in Oklahoma City in the United States of America on Saturday, 16th September, …

August, 2017

  • 3 August

    If people don’t their Human Rights; how can they demand them – Lawyer Sosu

    The President of Youth for Human Rights Africa (YoHRA), Mr Francis-Xavier Sosu has indicated that it is important that people know their Fundamental Human Rights so they can demand them. Although Fundamental Human Rights is crucial for the holistic development of every individual, he said, the rights of many people, …

  • 1 August

    YoHRA launches Ghana Youth Human Rights Conference tomorrow

    A continental human rights organization, Youth For Human Rights Africa, (YoHRA) is set to officially launch the first ever Human Rights Conference tomorrow, Wednesday, August 2, 2017, 10:00am at the Ghana International Press Centre in Accra-Ghana. The conference, 2017 GHANA YOUTH HUMAN RIGHTS CONFERENCE which is scheduled for December 11, …

June, 2017

  • 7 June

    FRANCIS XAVIER SOSU’s BAN: The full story, hidden facts and questions

    On one blistering afternoon in December 2011, in a law office in Ampomah Estates near Oyibi, there was a meeting of two men both named Francis. The older Francis was an ex-convict who had been detained for 14 years and had got his freedom through the Justice for All Programme. …

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