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· March, 2011

Stories about Ghana from March, 2011

Ghana: Best Blogs Awards for Ghana

Nana Darkoa Sekyiamah: Opening doors to African women's bedrooms

For the past two years, Nana Darkoa’s blog Adventures from the bedrooms of African women has provided a forum for frank and intimate discussions of sex and sexuality amongst African...

Africa: African Youths and Internet Governance

Ghana: Are bloggers under threat?

Africa: Blog by African feminist artists

Africa: Increasing Female Participation in Science and Technology

Africa: Of Africans and misogyny

Ghana: Free download of Anajo Black’s Human Like You

Ghana: Follow Ghana Internet Governance Forum on Twitter

International Women's Day Marked in Ghana with Awards Ceremony

Every year around the world, International Women's Day (IWD) is celebrated on March 8. Hundreds of events occur not just on this day but throughout March to mark the economic,...

Ghana: Photos of mental health

Africa: Africa Region Finalists for the 2011 Commonwealth Writers’ Prize

Ghana: Independence Day Celebration in Photos

Ghana: The other face of investigative journalism

Ghana: Vice-President in on Facebook

Ghana: Interview with Kajsa Hallberg Adu

A few weeks ago, I got the chance to conduct an e-mail interview with Ghana-based Swedish lecturer, freelance writer and blogger, Kajsa Hallberg Adu about her experience as a blogger...

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