Category: Journals

Is the Economy of Ethiopia Progressing? Open Letter to the Prime Minster and Government

Is the Economy of Ethiopia Progressing? Open Letter to the Prime Minster and Government

Tsegaye Tegenu, PhD 2022-08-24 On August 3, 2022, The Ethiopian Government held its annual meeting to review the macroeconomic performance of the country. The session led by the Prime Minster assessed the country’s economic journey

Why the Human Rights Movement Is Losing

Why the Human Rights Movement Is Losing

And How It Can Start Winning Again By Jack Snyder/FA July 21, 2022 The modern human rights movement has long presented itself as an idealistic crusade. In a world rife with bare-knuckle power politics and predation

Refugees International Concerned by Reports of Forced Movement of Eritrean Refugees in Ethiopia

Refugees International Concerned by Reports of Forced Movement of Eritrean Refugees in Ethiopia

Abdullahi Halakhe  July 17, 2022 [caption id="attachment_379696" align="alignnone" width="850"] An Eritrean refugee woman seats with a child at the door of a house at Mai Aini Refugee camp, in Ethiopia, on January 30, 2021. -

Ethiopian Human Rights Commission (EHRC) ‘extreme brutality’ in Ethiopia conflicts

Ethiopian Human Rights Commission (EHRC) ‘extreme brutality’ in Ethiopia conflicts

Ethiopia faces instability in several regions, notably Tigray where government forces and their allies have been mired in bloody conflict with the Tigray People’s Liberation Front rebel group since November 2020 ADDIS ABABA: Ethiopians have

Healing Ethiopia

Healing Ethiopia

https://youtu.be/Fj00Bcj8KA8   Healing Ethiopia

Cannibalism and Necropolitics  –  The ugly face of genocide in Ethiopia’s Oromia region against the Amhara people

Cannibalism and Necropolitics – The ugly face of genocide in Ethiopia’s Oromia region against the Amhara people

Author Contact Information: Girma Berhanu (Professor) Department of Education and Special Education University of Gothenburg Box 300, SE 405 30 Göteborg, Sweden E-mail: [email protected]   INTRODUCTION This paper is partly driven by a recent case of

The Potential of Democratization in Ethiopia: The Welkait Question as a Litmus Test

The Potential of Democratization in Ethiopia: The Welkait Question as a Litmus Test

Sonja John First Published  August 2, 2021 Research Article Abstract Abiy Ahmed was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2019 for his role in initiating peace talks in the Horn of Africa and his attempts

Top 10 best airlines in Africa

Top 10 best airlines in Africa

VICTOR OLUWOLE June 19, 2022 1. Ethiopian Airlines 2. South African Airways 3. Kenya Airways 4. Royal Air Maroc 5. Air Mauritius 6. Air Seychelles 7. Rwandair 8. FlySafair 9. Egyptair 10. Fastjet Skytrax has

Journalists critical of Ethiopian government being arrested

Journalists critical of Ethiopian government being arrested

A man holds a newspaper in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 3 November 2021, a day after a nationwide state of emergency was declared. EDUARDO SOTERAS/AFP via Getty Images 11 media workers have been arrested in separate

The Horn of Africa States and Its Financial Infrastructur

The Horn of Africa States and Its Financial Infrastructur

By Dr. Suleiman walhad May 30th, 2022 A financial infrastructure is generally the foundation of a financial system including the institutions, information, technologies and rules and standards which enable financial activities including financial intermediation. In the Horn of Africa States, the

Ethiopian rights body seeks release of 16 detained journalists

Ethiopian rights body seeks release of 16 detained journalists

Ethiopia’s state-appointed human rights body has called for the release of 16 journalists and media personnel after new arrests in recent days in the capital Addis Ababa and the restive region of Amhara. Press watchdogs

Ethiopia: A baby has been released after serving six days in prison

Ethiopia: A baby has been released after serving six days in prison

A few days ago, journalist Solomon was abducted by gunmen on his way home. Hearing of this embarrassment, the journalist went to the police station and ridiculed his sister, saying, "Until Solomon came"  I did

What is Monkeypox? What to Know About Symptoms, the Smallpox Vaccine and More

What is Monkeypox? What to Know About Symptoms, the Smallpox Vaccine and More

Jessica Rendall May 24, 2022  Monkeypox isn't new, but a growing number of cases in countries that don't normally report the disease is cause for caution (not panic), officials say. Four new cases of the

12 journalists, media personalities arrested in Bahir Dar, Addis Abeba in just Three days

12 journalists, media personalities arrested in Bahir Dar, Addis Abeba in just Three days

By Mahlet Fasil About a dozen journalists and media personalities were arrested in a span of three days, reports said. The arrests were made in Bahir Dar, the capital of the Amhara region, and Addis

TPLF Kills, Rapes Over 7,000 Innocent Civilians

TPLF Kills, Rapes Over 7,000 Innocent Civilians

[caption id="attachment_373371" align="aligncenter" width="634"] There has been sustained diplomatic pressure to end the conflict[/caption] The Terrorist TPLF forces executed and gang-raped over 7,000 innocent civilians in their short-lived occupation of the Amhara State, according to

Human Rights Commission tells lawmakers to “pay special attention” to rising rights abuse including extrajudicial killings, excessive use of force

Human Rights Commission tells lawmakers to “pay special attention” to rising rights abuse including extrajudicial killings, excessive use of force

By Getahun Tsegaye @GetahunTsegay12 Addis Abeba – Ethiopian Human Rights Commission (EHRC) told lawmakers to pay “special attention” to the increasing level of human rights abuses in Ethiopia including extrajudicial killings, excessive use of force, random detentions, including extended

The King James Bible and the Ethiopian Bible

The King James Bible and the Ethiopian Bible

[caption id="attachment_376188" align="aligncenter" width="780"] BY KIMBERLY SMITH/MAY 10, 2022 3:58 PM EDT[/caption] When it comes to Bibles, the King James Bible may be the most popular of all modern versions. Before the King James Bible, there

Speaking Truth to Power: United Nations Human Rights Council, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch

Speaking Truth to Power: United Nations Human Rights Council, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch

This message is prepared in consultation with members of the Executive Committee of OTAGE as a follow up to an earlier letter (attached below) sent to the UN Secretary General and the President of the