Integrated Social Development Centre
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ISODEC works for sustainable human development through the empowerment of the poor, women, children and the disadvantaged. Our empowerment activities are grounded in the belief that there are rights to global citizenship arising from the essential value of human dignity and freedom. In 2000 ISODEC launched a research and advocacy programme (RBA) aimed at promoting national development alternatives principally in Ghana and, to some extent, in the West Africa sub-region. This programme, sought to: confront the neoliberal policy measures promoted largely by the international donor community; promote accountability by the state to its citizens; instil civil activism through rights awareness creation, rights promotion and defence and economic literacy; and promote social equity through the responsible use of public resources.
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