• CHRAJ set up National Health Rights Task Team

  • President Mills in Group Photograph with Commissioners and Directors of CHRAJ

  • Deputy Commissioner Joseph Whittal Receiving the Instrument of Office from President Mills

  • 2013 World Aids Day National Launch Of the Online Reporting System

  • CHRAJ adopts Online Innovation to handle HIV-Related Stigma & Discrimination

  • CHRAJ Trains Regional and District Directors on HIV-Related Stigma reduction

  • National Conference on Integrity - 2011

  • Human Rights Week - 2011

  • UN International Day in Support of Torture Victims - 2012
    (CHRAJ & Human Rights NGO's Forum)

  • Commissioner Lauretta Vivian Lamptey Receiving the Instrument of Office from President Mills

The Anti-Corruption Agency & Ethics Office for the Public Service of Ghana promotes integrity in the public service and combats corruption in Ghana. [more...]
The core business of the Office of Ombudsman is the pursuit of administrative justice in a manner that is confidential, informal and flexible and which provides people with an opportunity to complain about (mis)conduct or “maladministration” by public officials. [more...]
As the National Human Rights Institution of Ghana, CHRAJ has a duty to promote and protect fundamental human rights and freedoms in Ghana. The Commission's human rights work may be grouped into two broad areas: