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What we do

Public advocacy of ideas and philosophy of J.B. Danquah, particularly amongst Ghana’s youth.

The Danquah Institute regards itself as guardians and ambassadors of the political and economic thought known as liberalism and how its promotion must benefit Africa and the African as members of the greater global community. We seek through our work to advance Danquah’s beliefs in individual freedom, rule of law, multi-party democracy, liberal economics and equality of opportunity and ensure they inform the actions of the democratically-elected Government of Ghana and governments of other African states.

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Publications

Publication of research papers, seminar proceedings and a periodic journal, the DI Quarterly.

Seminal events

Organisation of seminal events to provide a forum to debate and evaluate policy prescriptions.

Networking

Networking with other like-minded think tanks and organisations across the African continent.

Research

Research into governance, economic and media issues.

Background

courageous, imaginative, constructive


Our intention is to make a courageous, imaginative, constructive and co-ordinated contribution to nation-building and Africa's development in general, with the purpose of enhancing the life of every individual citizen and, through this, the development of the Ghanaian, Ghana, the African and Africa.

Featured Publications

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Speech by The Esecutive Director of Danquah Institute, Edward Kwaku Asomani at the DI Economic Forum on 10 May 2019

Ministers of State, Members of the Diplomatic Corps, The Governing Board of the Danquah Institute, Invited Guests, L ...

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Ken Ofori-Atta acknowledges citizen responsibility as critical to Ghana’s next stage of development

Speaking at the Danquah Institute Forum on Friday at the College of Physicians, Minister for Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta exp ...

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China Africa Relations – A New Perspective

Introduction Although China’s involvement in Africa can be traced back as early as the T’ ...

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