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Ghana National Association of Teachers

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The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) is a trade union representing school and college teachers in Ghana.

The union was founded on 14 July 1962, on the initiative of teachers, many former members of the Ghana Union of Teachers, who did not want to be linked with the Ghana Trade Union Congress (TUC). The Government of Ghana permitted the formation on the condition that it was registered as a voluntary association, not a trade union. On formation, the union had 24,384 members.[1]

The union grew steadily, and by 2012 it had 194,000 members, falling slightly to 178,000 in 2018.[2][3]


  1. ^ Amoako, Samuel (2014). "Teaching and Labor: Teacher Unionism in Ghana, 1931–1966". The International Journal of African Historical Studies. 47 (1).
  2. ^ Trade Unions and Industrial Relations in Ghana. Ghana Trade Union Congress. 2012. Retrieved 10 July 2021.
  3. ^ "Labour Market Profile 2020: Ghana" (PDF). Danish Trade Union Development Agency. Retrieved 8 July 2021.

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