Akua Kuenyehia

Ghanaian judge

Akua Kuenyehia (born 1947) is a Ghanaian academic and lawyer who served as judge of the International Criminal Court (ICC) from 2003 to 2015. She also served as First Vice-president of the Court. She was one of the three female African judges at the ICC.

Quotes edit

"Economic policies must meet societal needs – Prof Kuenyehia" (2016) edit

"Economic policies must meet societal needs – Prof Kuenyehia". Ghana Business News (February 6, 2016)
  • There cannot be peace when Africa governments failed to ensure free flow of information to the people it governed. Information is treated as if it is the property of few, there is the need for transparency to achieve effective sustainable peace.
  • You need the help of both men and women to negotiate, and sustain peace, stressing that the country is touted as a peaceful nation for now but for how long.
  • Respect for each other is one of the recipes for sustained peace and tranquility and urged all to be decorous in their utterances.
  • Peace promoted investment and that effective governance was measured by the quality of its public services and the ability to deliver on its promises.

"Ghana’s progress in gender equality slow – Prof Kuenyehia" (2017) edit

"Ghana’s progress in gender equality slow – Prof Kuenyehia", Ghana Web (March 18, 2017)

  • The objective is to look at women at the work place and how they can be helped to make the maximum impact.
  • When you are a house wife it is assumed you don't work, But if u calculate the amount of time that goes into cooking, cleaning, washing and taking care of children it's a lot.

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