GhaLII is a non-profit organisation based in Accra that aims to source and publish digitally accessible to the general public parliamentary, legislative and judicial information from Ghana and ECOWAS. GhaLII's objectives include promotion of access to legal information from Ghana as a fundamental part of the rule of law.
The Objects for which the Ghana Legal Information Institute (GhaLII) was formed are:
- To set up an online repository of legal information from Ghana, towards the promotion of Rule of Law, judicial accountability and good governance in Ghana and Africa.
- To make accessible parliamentary, legislative and judicial information in digital form to the general public.
- To provide online free-access collection of journals, judgment and legislation from Ghana.
- To host legal materials from other countries which are obtained through partnerships and collaborative efforts with governments, courts, law societies and other institutions in Ghana and Africa.
- To increase transparency and accountability in the administration of justice
- To deepen research in Ghanaian and African law.
AfricanLII is a part of the Democratic Governance and Rights Unit at the Faculty of Law, University of Cape Town (UCT), South Africa. AfricanLII helps individuals, organizations, and governments build and maintain sustainable free access to law portals, and reach the people of Africa and beyond.
Laws.Africa is a South Africa non-profit organisation that digitises African legal information for public use. Open access to digital African legal information helps communities to thrive, businesses to succeed, and judicial officers and civil servants to deliver services efficiently and effectively.