At CDD-Ghana, our mission is to promote and deepen democratic consolidation, good governance, and inclusive growth and development.
Among the many things that democracies pride themselves in is the ability to hold their governments accountable. This is driven by the notion that governments are the employees of the people and therefore all of its actions must be driven
The Ghana Center for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana) is an independent, not-for-profit research and advocacy think tank, working to advance democracy, good governance, and inclusive economic growth. CDD-Ghana works to complement the broader objectives of strengthening democratic governance, the principles of popular participation and the demand for public accountability. The Center harnesses the power of evidence-based research, ideas, partnerships to encourage dialogue, inform and influence public policy.
CDD in the News
Almost half of Ghanaians say the country’s “hung” Parliament has made members of Parliament (MPs) more effective at scrutinizing government spending, the recent Afrobarometer survey
PRESS RELEASE – Prof. E. Gyimah-Boadi The ongoing public dispute between the Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP) and Labianca Company Limited (‘Labianca’) raises a
Corruption Watch Commends the Office of Special Prosecutor for Action Taken Against Labianca Company Limited
Corruption Watch commends the OSP for recovering an amount of one million, seventy-four thousand, six hundred and twenty-seven cedis, fifteen pesewas (GHC1,074,627.15) through the issuance