Events under the Transform Ghana Peace Campaign include a variety of activities aimed primarily at engaging the youth of Ghana to encourage a fair and transparent election process. Some of these events and activities are detailed below:
- Meetings with The Ga Chief Council in Jamestown, Accra (to be aired live on TV and radio). Traditional council engagement will offer a program to various chiefs – particularly in conflict zone areas.
- Daily radio and TV peace talks: with support from Dr Kwame Kyei, Transform Ghana will run 5 peace discussions on Vision1 93.5fm and Light TV in Accra. Other media interactions will include visits to some TV programs to speak about peace and also host programs for key media individuals.
- Presentation at Parliament House and at the Office of the President of Ghana
- Ghana Peace Youth Forum: we will organise a Peace Forum for student leaders to express their views in a democratic manner. Activities will include a presentation by various student leaders; Peace Forum discussions and analysis of political reports; questions and answers from various students and audience.
- Peace jam: we will invite celebrities to promote peace through music and dance
- Student workshops at universities
- Student leaders conferences: to focus on the role of a student leader in an election an year. There will also be a special focus group discussion with all-female student leaders. Out of these discussions, we will encourage the student leaders to present papers, afterwards selecting 5 to host a mega conference.
- Social Entrepreneurs Peace Forum: various dynamic NGOs, social organisations and other young entrepreneurs will be gathered to deliver a peace message and offer discussion.
- Refugees election hubs: our intention is to visit various refugees camps in Ghana, offering education during election year on the need to be aware of illegal practices (such as bribery, forceful or coercive voting, and attempting to vote when not a citizen). This will also include entertainment and other activities.
- Peace walk with selected participants from schools and communities from Unity House to Flagstaff House
- Peace research and report on our website