Research Papers/Topics in Human Right And Peace Studies

The Role Played By Media During Election Times, Case Of Zimbabwe 2008 & 2013 Elections.

ABSTRACTThe research examines role played by media during election periods. It has found out that between the two political parties ZANU PF & MDC-T both received fair coverage though from different sources. Party ZANU PF had its politics covered by the Herald and other state funded media outlets like ZBC. Thus however ZANU PF proved to have more coverage since it had privatized the media at the cost of improved independent/ private media which was being suppressed during this time. The resear...

Towards Global Peace and Sustainability: Role of Education in Peace-Building in the Great Lakes Region of Sub-Saharan Africa

AbstractThe Great Lakes Region of sub-Saharan Africa is well known for being volatileand turbulent in terms of peace and stability. For over 60 years, almost all countriesin the region have experienced some kind of political and social turmoil suchas civil war, coup de tat, and genocides. In 1960, the first democratically electedCongolese prime minister was assassinated. There were unprecedented social andpolitical havoc in a nearby “other Congo” characterized by power struggle betweenvar...

Perceptions About The Effects Of Organization Health And Safety Policies On Employee Performance In Kintampo - North Municipal Hospital

ABSTRACT The study was conducted with the broad objective of finding out the relationship between employee’s health and safety and performance using Kintampo-North Municipal Hospital as study area. Relevant literature on health and safety were reviewed. Questionnaire was the main tool for data collection. Data was analysed using descriptive statistics. Proportions were used to summarise variables that were categorical in nature. The dependent variable in this study was binary...

Human Right Abuses Through Corporal Punishment: A Case Study at Kwahu Tafo Islamic Basic School

ABSTRACT The study is on human rights violations in Ghanaian schools and was conducted at Kwahu Tafo Islamic basic school in the eastern region of Ghana. This study sought to find out the types of human rights violations in schools, the causes and effects on students’ academic performance and how to seek redress when they are abused. The method of data collection included observation, the use of self-administered questionnaire for twenty-five (25) teaching and non-teaching staff ...