Call for Applications One-Day Training for Investigative Journalists on Reporting Illicit
Financial Flows in Ghana
Dates: Thursday 25th July, 2024 ISODEC Conference Room Kokomlemle, Accra. Application Deadline: Friday 19th July, 2024 Read more

The Integrated Social Development Centre (ISODEC) is an indigenous non-governmental organization that works in solidarity with those striving for social justice. Our mission is to work towards a life of dignity by committing to the promotion of human rights (especially social and economic rights) and social justice for all. The vision is to have a “world where every life matters”.

What We Do
We work for, and in solidarity with those striving for economic and social justice towards a life of dignity for all by promoting rights,  accountability and responsibility.

Call for Applications: One-Day Training for Investigative Journalists on Reporting IllicitFinancial Flows in Ghana

Are you an investigative journalist eager to uncover the secrets of illicit financial flows? Join our intensive one-day training programme designed to enhance your skills in tracking and

African Union to work with TJNA to roll out Africa’s anti-IFFs policy tracker tool

The African Union Commission (AUC) has committed to support TJNA’s fight against illicit financial flows (IFFs) in the continent by championing the roll-out of the flagship anti-IFFs policy tracker

Consultant to Conduct a Regional Study for an Understanding of the Context of IFFs in West Africa/Africa

The Integrated Social Development Center (ISODEC) with support from the Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA) is inviting applications from prospective researchers who meet the criteria
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West Africa IFF Academy Training in Accra-Ghana

The Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) and the Integrated Social Development Centre (ISODEC) are delighted to invite applications from government agencies involved in battling illicit financial flows in Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone, campaigners and academics who would like to attend our five-day practical Illicit Financial Flows(IFFs) Measurement training course in Accra-Ghana.