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Inform Ghana 1 Jun 18
I liked a video Anas' #12 premiere: The emerging questions
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Inform Ghana 5 Aug 16
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Michael Boampong 5 Aug 16
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In my research I often realise it's the educated & not the lower class people who move.
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Michael Boampong 5 Aug 16
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The challenge is how do we empower those at the margins of globalisation to benefit and participate in migration ?
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Cecil A.K Dadzie 5 Aug 16
. How are we partnering agencies abroad to ensure the welfare of [irregular] Migrants?
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Inform Ghana 5 Aug 16
It's a wrap! Thank you for joining this dialogue on , good night.
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Inform Ghana 5 Aug 16
In summary, unmployment, ignorance are what drive people to migrate. - Boadi-Hayford
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Inform Ghana 5 Aug 16
Expats from Gulf States who come to Ghana take up jobs that Ghanaians will pass on. -
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Inform Ghana 5 Aug 16
Government should coordinate w/ travel agencies to encourage tourism in the country to economically empower locals. - Richard
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THE MASK 5 Aug 16
I believe when conditions are similar here to those in their destination country we won't see so many moving out of the country
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Cecil A.K Dadzie 5 Aug 16
Gabriel Obodai Torgbor Ashong, Journo of Metro TV filed a report on the dangers of irregular migration & accounts of returnees.
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Michael Boampong 5 Aug 16
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At the same time development is not the silver bullet. Development can also empowers people to move or migrate.
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Emperor Brainy 5 Aug 16
Our govt plus security authorities are doing less to clump down the fake agencies who send them.
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Ekow Cobbinah 5 Aug 16
Family members abroad are usually huge influences too
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Cecil A.K Dadzie 5 Aug 16
Yeah! I know people who have had their passports confiscated and poorly treated! It isn't all honey & milk Chale! some suffer
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Cecil A.K Dadzie 5 Aug 16
Has measures/programmes/Policy in place to facilitate healthy/safe migration of youngpeople to prevent unsafe/irregular ?
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Nana_Agyemang 5 Aug 16
Most youth think the unemployment situation in gh is a good reason to migrate. But trust me we can make it in Gh.
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GoroBoy🇬🇭 5 Aug 16
When your own system weakens your confidence of being successful, you have to try other systems to prove it wrong.
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Inform Ghana 5 Aug 16
If young people here are given capacity training to hone their skills, they won't want to go anywhere.
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Inform Ghana 5 Aug 16
Education is the key. With education, you can go wherever. - Boadi-Hayford
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