Socialist Movement of Ghana
Ghana joins worldwide demonstrations against Israeli occupation

Demonstrators condemned the Israeli government’s perpetuation of apartheid and President Nana Akufo-Addo’s support for the occupation

Ghana’s constitution must set the stage to build Pan-African Unity

In light of recent discussions on a review of Ghana’s constitution, we talk to Kwesi Pratt Jnr, General Secretary of the Socialist Movement of Ghana. He explains the history of constitutional review and the steps that can be taken to ensure the voice of the people is heard

Activists in Ghana march to the parliament demanding tax-free periods

Ghanaian activists took to the streets of Accra for the “Don’t Tax My Period” parade where they opposed the heavy taxation of menstrual hygiene products. The action aimed to draw attention to the pervasive yet often overlooked issue of period poverty

People’s movements set to converge in Johannesburg for dialogues on socialism in Dilemmas of Humanity Conference

The III International Dilemmas of Humanity Conference, organized by the International Peoples’ Assembly, is scheduled to be held in October this year, to “confront the crises of humanity” and highlight the solutions that movements, governments, and working people are building together to overcome the system

Unity is an imperative: reclaiming African Liberation Day, 60 years on

African Liberation Day marks the founding of the Organization of African Unity in 1963. While the idea of ‘liberation’ has since been removed in letter, and even in spirit, from official commemorations of the day, radical forces have held onto it in their fight against capitalism 

Socialist Movement of Ghana’s inaugural Congress to set agenda for fresh struggles

The Socialist Forum of Ghana will be transitioning into the Socialist Movement of Ghana