The importance of information in the development of the economy
cannot be overemphasized. Information aids decision making, supports
organisational processes and promises transparency in the economic
passage of the Right to Information (RTI) Act in Ghana therefore comes
as a welcoming development not only to civil society organisations, the
media and advocacy groups but the private sector as well.
breakfast dialogue of the Alliance for Integrity, speakers and
panellists will address the question and provide practical steps on how
the private sector can take advantage of the Right to Information (RTI)
Act to increase productivity and become more competitive, whilst
delivering the responsibilities.
Additionally, participants will go back with practical tools to support their efforts to put the lessons learnt into practice.
Participation is free of charge. Please note that seats are limited.
- Beauty E. Narteh, Executive Secretary,
Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition (GACC)
- Nana Osei
Executive Officer, Private Enterprise Federation (PEF)
Quayson, Deputy Commissioner, Commission for Human Rights and Administrative
- Rhoda E.
Corporate Affairs and Facility Management, Public Procurement Authority (PPA)
- Clara B. Kasser Tee, Managing Partner, Kasser Law Firm
Darlington Munhuwani, CEO, Allianz Ghana
- Raymond Ahiadorme, Network Manager
Ghana, Alliance for Integrity
- Sammy Obeng, Executive