CHRAJCommission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (est. 1993; Ghana)
CHRAJCommission on Human Rights and Justice
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Religious bodies and local nongovernmental organizations have disseminated CHRAJ messages to the grassroots through workshops, seminars, and support for communities with grievances to present their case to the commission.
Ghana's experience with the CHRAJ provides further lessons for institutional responses to mitigate ethnic tension.
Government agencies, such as CHRAJ, had at times actively campaigned against it.
CHRAJ, the Department of Social Welfare, and the National Commission for Civic Education agreed to investigate, but were hindered by a lack of resources and staff.
CHRAJ and human rights NGOs mounted a campaign to end the practice of banishing these women from their villages but have met with little success.