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This thematic area focuses on ways the network organises and mobilises to effect  change. To strengthen its own capacity as a networ

k and raise the knowledge base of staff, NETRIGHT is directed by the belief that information sharing and regular meetings among its members, partnerships, collaboration and networking

with other organisations working on similar

issues is the most effective way to maximise resources and achieve desired


results.


NETRIGHT emphasi


participation in and contribution to


meetings/conferences within and outside


Ghana related to issues that border on the Network’s stated objectives, because


through this, NETRIGHT can improve its


own capacity, learn best practices from


others, remain relevant and an influential


women’s rights network within the women’s movement as well as the global,


regional and national policy space and


strengthen advocacy alliances in order to


keep gender equality and women’s issues


on the national and international agenda.


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As a gender and economic justice advocacy network,


NETRIGHT is interested in

contributing to civil society engagement on natural resources issues in Ghana from a gender perspective. As a network seeking to promote the prioritisation of women rights in economic and natural resource policy making, NETRIGHT is interested in how the decision making processes around natural resources are evolving and taking the concerns of women into account and


whether the decisions are prioritising national


interest and citizens


equally interested in engaging with these


processes to ensure that oil as a vital energy


service becomes easily accessible, reliable


and affordable for women.


’ rights. NETRIGHT is

NETRIGHT specifically focuses on how women’s livelihoods are affected by economic policies and development

interventions such as the GPRS and the Land Tenure Reforms of Ghana. NETRIGHT build the capacity of women’s rights organisations (WROs) to effectively engage in and influence socio policy debates from a gender perspective Through its Economic Justice and Capacity Building Programme (EJCBP)

The network also monitor

responses to regional and global


instruments and protocols on women’s


rights and gender equality


NETRIGHT convenes Social Watch


Ghana. Social Watch is an international


NGO network monitoring poverty


eradication and gender equality


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Announcement

 

THEME: Inclusive Partnership and Sustainable Development


DATE : Thursday , 17th March ,2016


TIME :  4: 30 pm


VENUE :  Thai Cultural Center

( TCC), 310 44th St. Suite # L New York


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