This year, the National Commission for Civic Education joins all UN partners in celebrating United Nations Day (#UNDay). The theme for the 2022 UN Day is “The Future we want, the UN we need: Reaffirming our Collective Commitment to Multilateralism”.

On 24th October every year, the UN is hailed for its diverse efforts in sustaining world order, particularly in promoting peace and security, climate action, gender equality, and championing human rights all over the globe of which Ghana is no exception.

Ghana, as a UN member state, and in line with the NCCE’s thematic areas, (which include Education on Fundamental Human Rights and Freedoms, Promotion of Peacebuilding and Conflict Resolution, Promotion of Inclusiveness and Participation of Marginalized Groups, and Education on Sustainable Management of the Environment), the Commission is committed to ensuring citizens at the district, regional, and national levels, are aware of their civic duties and responsibilities.
NCCE believes that to create and sustain democratic nations, all member states must support the UN in reaffirming our commitments for the benefit of all.


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