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  • LYONS ENDS INTERNSHIP WITH AUCC

    Kallan Lyons, the JHR intern posted by JHR Canada to undertake a five- month internship at AUCC ended her internship with the University on Feb. 14, 2014. During her internship at AUCC, Kallan assisted JHR members to hone their writing skills to enable them to better communicate human rights issues to the general public. Kallan accompanied the members in experiential learning activities that included club members covering human rights issues in places like Wli Todzi (Volta Region) and Ga Mashie (Greater Accra). Please visit www.graphic.online to read the feature story on maternal health written by level 400 AUCC and GIJ students Sefakor Fekpe and  Dorothy Elorm. Their story was published in the Daily Graphic on Feb. 22, 2014. Other human rights stories that Kallan worked on with the students included human rights violations in the agricultural, educational, transportation and accommodation sectors that negatively affected the quality of life of the people of Wli Todzi and Ga Mashie. You may visit myjoyonline and citifmonline  or www.aucc.edu.gh to listen to documentaries that were produced by AUCC and GIJ students. These were aired on Joy FM and Citi FM.

  • LYONS ENDS INTERNSHIP WITH AUCC

    Kallan Lyons, the JHR intern posted by JHR Canada to undertake a five- month internship at AUCC ended her internship with the University on Feb. 14, 2014. During her internship at AUCC, Kallan assisted JHR members to hone their writing skills to enable them to better communicate human rights issues to the general public. Kallan accompanied the members in experiential learning activities that included club members covering human rights issues in places like Wli Todzi (Volta Region) and Ga Mashie (Greater Accra). Please visit www.graphic.online to read the feature story on maternal health written by level 400 AUCC and GIJ students Sefakor Fekpe and  Dorothy Elorm. Their story was published in the Daily Graphic on Feb. 22, 2014. Other human rights stories that Kallan worked on with the students included human rights violations in the agricultural, educational, transportation and accommodation sectors that negatively affected the quality of life of the people of Wli Todzi and Ga Mashie. You may visit myjoyonline and citifmonline  or www.aucc.edu.gh to listen to documentaries that were produced by AUCC and GIJ students. These were aired on Joy FM and Citi FM.

  • LYONS ENDS INTERNSHIP WITH AUCC

    Kallan Lyons, the JHR intern posted by JHR Canada to undertake a five- month internship at AUCC ended her internship with the University on Feb. 14, 2014. During her internship at AUCC, Kallan assisted JHR members to hone their writing skills to enable them to better communicate human rights issues to the general public. Kallan accompanied the members in experiential learning activities that included club members covering human rights issues in places like Wli Todzi (Volta Region) and Ga Mashie (Greater Accra). Please visit www.graphic.online to read the feature story on maternal health written by level 400 AUCC and GIJ students Sefakor Fekpe and  Dorothy Elorm. Their story was published in the Daily Graphic on Feb. 22, 2014. Other human rights stories that Kallan worked on with the students included human rights violations in the agricultural, educational, transportation and accommodation sectors that negatively affected the quality of life of the people of Wli Todzi and Ga Mashie. You may visit myjoyonline and citifmonline  or www.aucc.edu.gh to listen to documentaries that were produced by AUCC and GIJ students. These were aired on Joy FM and Citi FM.

  • LYONS ENDS INTERNSHIP WITH AUCC

    Kallan Lyons, the JHR intern posted by JHR Canada to undertake a five- month internship at AUCC ended her internship with the University on Feb. 14, 2014. During her internship at AUCC, Kallan assisted JHR members to hone their writing skills to enable them to better communicate human rights issues to the general public. Kallan accompanied the members in experiential learning activities that included club members covering human rights issues in places like Wli Todzi (Volta Region) and Ga Mashie (Greater Accra). Please visit www.graphic.online to read the feature story on maternal health written by level 400 AUCC and GIJ students Sefakor Fekpe and  Dorothy Elorm. Their story was published in the Daily Graphic on Feb. 22, 2014. Other human rights stories that Kallan worked on with the students included human rights violations in the agricultural, educational, transportation and accommodation sectors that negatively affected the quality of life of the people of Wli Todzi and Ga Mashie. You may visit myjoyonline and citifmonline  or www.aucc.edu.gh to listen to documentaries that were produced by AUCC and GIJ students. These were aired on Joy FM and Citi FM.

  • LYONS ENDS INTERNSHIP WITH AUCC

    Kallan Lyons, the JHR intern posted by JHR Canada to undertake a five- month internship at AUCC ended her internship with the University on Feb. 14, 2014. During her internship at AUCC, Kallan assisted JHR members to hone their writing skills to enable them to better communicate human rights issues to the general public. Kallan accompanied the members in experiential learning activities that included club members covering human rights issues in places like Wli Todzi (Volta Region) and Ga Mashie (Greater Accra). Please visit www.graphic.online to read the feature story on maternal health written by level 400 AUCC and GIJ students Sefakor Fekpe and  Dorothy Elorm. Their story was published in the Daily Graphic on Feb. 22, 2014. Other human rights stories that Kallan worked on with the students included human rights violations in the agricultural, educational, transportation and accommodation sectors that negatively affected the quality of life of the people of Wli Todzi and Ga Mashie. You may visit myjoyonline and citifmonline  or www.aucc.edu.gh to listen to documentaries that were produced by AUCC and GIJ students. These were aired on Joy FM and Citi FM.

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