Linda Darkwa is a research fellow at the Legon Centre for International Affairs and Diplomacy (LECIAD). Her research interests are in the areas of peace and security with a particular focus on the implications of global security paradigms on local processes of governance, development, and security.

Special Issue: Ghana's 2012 Elections | August 15, 2013

Ghana’s Elections 2012: Some Observations

The 2012 Presidential and Parliamentary elections took place in an entirely different context than those before them. This paper explores new initiatives undertaken by the Electoral Commission (EC) of Ghana and how they enhanced the credibility of the electoral process.

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Biometric Voter Registration Machine used in Ghana's 2012 elections.