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Tshepo Graduate Seminar

All faculty and students are invited to the Tshepo graduate seminar for the visiting Queen Elizabeth Scholars from the University of Ghana who have been with us since the beginning of the semester. The seminar offers them a unique opportunity to present their MPhil. theses proposals that they have been working on under the supervision of Laurier and University of Ghana professors and to receive feedback from the Laurier Community.

The speakers for the event are the following:

Benjamin Baba Ayamga,MPhil Candidate, Department of Sociology, University of Ghana
Title: “Political Vigilantism: Community Perceptions and Experiences”

Afua Addae-Sakyi, MPhil Candidate, Department of Sociology, University of Ghana
Title: “Understanding Mobile Money Fraud in Accra”

Victor Agyei-Yeboah, MPhil Candidate, Department of Sociology, University of Ghana
Title: “Experiences of Victims of Child Sexual Abuse with the Adjudication Process in Ghana”

Anthony Oduro,MPhil Candidate, Department of Social Work, University of Ghana
Title: “Violence Perpetrated Against Persons with Visual Impairments in the Accra Metropolis”

Alexander Amponsah, MPhil Candidate, Department of Social Work, University of Ghana
Title: “The Role of Self-Help Groups in the Recovery and Social Inclusion of Persons with Mental Disorders in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana”

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