The Institute is governed by an experienced and dynamic Council of Trustees (COT) that provides strategic leadership and policy direction to a Management Team that operates at the level of a secretariat. IDEG's Governing Council includes:
The Institute for Democratic Governance (IDEG) was established in Ghana in 2000 as an independent, not-for-profit policy research and advocacy organization with the following as its vision, mission, objectives and tools of operation.
Our work: The Institute plays diverse roles in promoting participation of civil society and other non-state actors in the pursuit of democracy and good governance, economic growth and poverty reduction, as well as equitable development in Ghana.
The Institute for Democratic Governance (IDEG) since 2003 has been implementing the IDEG Interface Capacity Building (IDEG-CAP) Project Â– which seeks to promote effective interface between state and non-state (i.e. civil society and private sector) actors in support of the concurrent processes of political, economic and social change in contemporary Ghana.
Tools: Research and analysis, dialogue and advocacy, capacity building (upgrading public deliberation, dialogue, and lobbying skills as well as building citizens’ knowledge of public issues and decisions)
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