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NCCE Establishes Inter-Party Dialogue Committee for Peaceful Election 2024

The NCCE has launched Capacity Dialogue Committees to facilitate dialogue, tolerance, and conflict mitigation among political parties and stakeholders.

The National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) has launched its Capacity Dialogue Committees (CDCs) to promote a peaceful and violence-free 2024 general election.

During a recent briefing, Ms. Kathleen Addy stressed the need for effective conflict management to prevent violence throughout the entire electoral process, from pre-election to post-election periods.

As the nation gears up for the elections, the NCCE has adopted the theme “Together to Build Ghana: Get Involved.”

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According to her, the Inter-Party Dialogue Committees (IPDCs), set up by the NCCE at regional and district levels, will serve as a crucial mechanism for promoting peaceful elections and political stability.

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“These committees serve as platforms for dialogue among political parties, stakeholders, and citizens to address electoral concerns, promote tolerance, and mitigate potential conflicts,” she said.

In her view, in past elections, IPDCs have really helped political parties get along peacefully and work out their differences.

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Ms. Addy credits the NCCE with using constructive dialogue and mediation to ease tensions, resolve issues, and make elections run smoothly.

“Our efforts have upheld democratic values and safeguarded the integrity of the electoral process,” she said.

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