OUR MISSION

ISODEC works in solidarity with those striving for social justice towards a life of dignity by promoting rights and accountability.

CORE VALUES

  • Equity

  • Transparency and Accountability

  • Human Rights and Dignity for All

  • Participation

OUR SERVICES AND CLIENTS

  • Defending and promoting public goods (water, education and health) and basic human rights

  • Promoting accountable use of public resources

  • Promoting alternative macroeconomics

  • Promoting responsible regional integration

Our target groups include, policy makers, duty bearers at national and international levels, the civil society

OUR BENEFITS TO SOCIETY

  • Building a strong civil society

  • Nurturing an accountable government

  • Widening the political and social space for the voice of civil society in national and local policy making processes and the consideration of national development alternatives

OUR UNIQNESS

  • We are national in character, physically present in five regions in the country

  • We have a strong grassroots base – working through the District Assemblies, Community Based Organisations and Local NGOs

  • We have the ability to engage in policy discourse at all levels – International, National and the grassroots level

  • We work through specialized affiliate organisations established by us

  • We have partner organisations in the West Africa sub region

  • We belief and work to promote social justice, equity and human rights

  • We facilitate and nurture national networks and coalitions

  • We combine service delivery with advocacy at all levels

OUR POTENTIALS

  • Providing strong link between Civil Society Organisations in Ghana and in the Sub region.

  • Ability to organize and facilitate discussion platforms on any development related issues at all levels

  • Effectively linking the grassroots to global policy issues

  • Becoming a lead civil society organizations in extractive issues

  • Develop the capacity to monitor full implementation of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights by the State