|Ghana Gender Diaogue|
Ahead of the 4th edition of “National Gender Dialogue” organised by the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Pretection, some Ghanaians are creating serious hype on social media especially Twitter.
The event which is slated for Tuesday, June 7, will be held at the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel in Accra.
This year’s “Ghana Gender Dialogue” is under the theme: “Emerging Child Protection Issues in Ghana”.
Below are the best tweets we found for you;
Objectives of #Ghana‘s Child and Family Welfare Policy. #GhanaGenderDialogue pic.twitter.com/tUCg0zavjv
— Nana Oye Lithur (@NanaOyeLithur) June 5, 2016
#Trokosi is a practice wer virgin #girls are given to shrines to appease da gods 4 a crime comitted #GhanaGenderDialogue @amblac @b_teley
— Binta Alhassan kimba (@ibnbinta) June 6, 2016
Together, we can make the future of Ghana much better, I am against Child Abuse #GhanaGenderDialogue
— George S N Neequaye (@GSNNeequaye) June 6, 2016
These kids are looking up to us like this! Come let’s discuss them #GhanaGenderDialogue pic.twitter.com/0ozJU8eigM
— | ° Mingleton ° | (@AkuaMingle) June 6, 2016
@mensaduncan child abuse, child marriage, child trafficking, sakawa, teenage pregnancy, child prostitution. #GhanaGenderDialogue
— Lan-Kwei (@mr_lanks) June 6, 2016
Report those involved in child abuse,speak against violence,educate a friend on child slavery #GhanaGenderDialogue https://t.co/w01L2SBxyz
— Jackie Inkoom (@JackieInkoom) June 6, 2016
Shouldn’t we actually prevent child abuse? Instead of being proactive, we’re rather reactive! Let’s talk prevention. #GhanaGenderDialogue
— Joseph E. C. Jnr (@JECJnr) June 6, 2016
Prevention prog: public campaign awareness, curricula to teach kids safety & protection skills.#GhanaGenderDialogue https://t.co/BM2zeEsFEa
— .. (@A_B_Ansah) June 6, 2016
Together we must develop innovative measures to protect all children from violence. #GhanaGenderDialogue…… https://t.co/19KhS7jm1b
— #SubWayLive (@SubWay_Inc) June 6, 2016