The Centre for Communication and Culture

As an NGO, exists to promote media and cultural development through advocacy and training, with the objective to influence a cultural revival in Africa. Since its establishment, the Centre has undertaken the following activities, among others:
– March 5, 2014, December 14, 2016
Organized the Ↄsagyefo Kwame Nkrumah African Genius Awards to celebrate Excellence and recognize the contribution of the African genius to the making of world civilization, personalities whose creative efforts have become international references and stamped the African genius on the rest of the world.

– April 2011
Workshop on ‘Image of Women in the Media’, a one-day workshop to sensitize stakeholders, namely gender activists, artists and the media, to the issue of negative portrayal of women in films, songs and advertisements. It was organized under the auspices of the then Ministry of Chieftaincy and Culture;

November 2012
– Workshop for arts critics on Appreciation of art forms using artists and cultural academics as resource persons. It was sponsored by UNESCO-Ghana


The Centre for Communication and Culture’s programmes and activities are guided by a Board of Reference made up of persons with special knowledge in the areas of our mandate. They include 

Nana Kobina Nketsia V

Professor of History and Omanhen of Essikado (Board Chair)

Professor Esi Sutherland-Addy

Professor of African Literature, University of Ghana

Mr. Kwaw Ansah

Ghana’s foremost film maker.

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