Human dignity seems an appropriate topic for Human Rights Day. Certainly, no person without human dignity would say that all their rights are being respected. It is in this perspective that we...
Celebrating and critically rethinking the work in light of the changed and changing context in which Mother Tongue Bible translation takes place in the country and on the continent
A Book Review
- Nelson Mandela
Institutional representation on the Board promotes our aim to embed our work in the national context and deepen relationships with Ghanaian churches and other Ghanaian institutions. In May 2010, GILLBT transitioned from a membership-based Executive Committee (EC) to a Board of Directors.
GILLBT maintains a broad range of partnerships: at the crucial grassroots project level they express our concern for grassroots empowerment; at the national-level they articulate our Ghanaian identity; at the international level they express our networking with likeminded organisations.