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ATWAG introduces new polices.

The Arts and Tourism Writers Association of Ghana (ATWAG) is starting a campaign to energize and improve the group’s appeal.

It has formed a cooperation with Star Assurance Group to implement a welfare strategy for its members in line with this goal.

On Friday, July 21, 2022 at the Alisa Hotel, the association organized a session called ATWAG BRAND REFRESH, during which the news was made.

The goal of the meeting was to develop plans for enhancing its vibrancy and allure.

George Quaye, the president of ATWAG, said in his speech that he was committed to increasing the organization’s influence in the field of arts, tourism, and culture.

When the unexpected occurs, we cannot continue to rely on our friends and fellow group members. We must control our own destiny and lessen any unfavorable consequences that an unanticipated event can bring about.

This is what motivated us to work with the STAR ASSURANCE GROUP to broker a new insurance policy. They will explain the policy to us, and I really hope we all agree to it because starting tonight, ATWAG will stop funding members’ support, particularly in the event of a death, George Quaye said.

Each ATWAG member, their spouse (if any), and two (2) parents or in-laws are allotted four (4) places under the policy. One may also suggest a parent.

The group is prepared to work with organizations in the creative sector, including the Ministry of Information and the Ministry of Tourism, Arts, and Culture, he added in his announcement.

Mr. Quaye wants to promote games as a way to have fun, connect with people, and network.

In addition, “THE ATWAG GAMES” will be introduced, he continued, “to help with the issues of writer’s block, a lack of creativity, inspiration, and drive, and most importantly to bring our members together in enjoyable activities while sharing ideas, fostering relationships, and growing stronger for Mother Ghana.”

At the program that followed, ATWAG’s new logo was introduced.

Poet Nana Asaase and vocalist Awura-Ama both gave performances.

Mark Okraku Mantey, the deputy minister of tourism, arts, and culture, Nanabenyin Dadson, the former editor of Graphic Showbiz and head of journalism for AUCC, Engineer Dr. Ken Ashigbe, and Socrate Safo were also in attendance at the ATWAG Brand Refresh event (the Board Chairman of the Film Classification Committee).

Others included Kojo Oppong-minister Nkrumah’s of information, Palgrave Aboagye Danquah (government spokesperson for governance and security), Akwasi Agyemang (CEO of the Ghana Tourism Authority), and Kwadwo Antwi (CEO of the Ghana Tourism Development Company).

The Ghanaian association of arts writers, journalists, and media professionals is called the Arts and Tourism Writers Association of Ghana (ATWAG).

While enhancing its members’ professional potential and promoting the welfare of its members, ATWAG aims to promote the arts, tourism, and cultural reporting in Ghana.

The goal of ATWAG is to foster collaboration and teamwork among its participants in the arts, tourism, and cultural value chain.

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