Tough questions on US military aid and whether women should still cook for men in modern Africa.
This month’s World Questions come to Ghana and tackles some of the big questions facing different countries across the globe - defence, the environment, religion, relations between women and men. In the capital Accra, Jonathan Dimbleby brings politicians, business leaders and other guests together to answer questions from the public in an exceptionally lively and exciting debate. These tough questions cover US military aid, the legal status of homosexuality and whether women should still be expected to cook for men in modern Africa, or anywhere for that matter!
BBC World Questions is a series of international events created in partnership with the British Council.
Image: Port full of people in Ghana, Africa, Credit: Getty Images
- Sat 14 Apr 2018 18:06GMT
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