Humanists discuss the bribery scandal in Ghana’s Judiciary, Coup in Burkina Faso, the discovery of Homo Naledi amongst others
Episode 7 is out! Featuring Kwame Monney ,topics discussed are Ghanaians joining ISIS, George Boateng for president, Pope Francis on abortion, intuitive and reflective thinking. Please listen, like and share. Join the discussion on our Hagtivist podcast Facebook page.
Episode 6 is OUT!! In this special episode members of the Humanist Association Of Ghana (HAG) interact with volunteers of the Humanist Service Corps who are headed to Bimbilla in the Northern Region of Ghana to assist an organisation working with Witch Camps. Join the discussion.
Following the ruling by the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) which makes same-sex marriage legal for all people in that country, a heated debate on homosexuality and gay rights has been re-ignited, especially on social media. In Ghana, the voices that have appeared in mainstream media have been condemning and/or ridiculing the SCOTUSRead more
Language Language is quite ambiguous at times and we can be misled by the casual way we use it in our everyday lives. Most of the time this doesn’t really matter as ‘sloppiness’ is often a shorthand code and we can often understand the intention behind statements. One problem that often occurs is when thisRead more
by Agomo Atambire (member of the Humanist Association of Ghana) I am a Ghanaian, born and bred within this area of the earth we call Ghana and I have not lived outside of it (note). Taking you even further, I am from an ethnic group known as Frafras. Like the other ethnic groups that makeRead more