Ethiopia: Catholic Schools asked to contribute to the eradication of FGM – Vatican Radio

Catholic Schools in Ethiopia are asked to integrate the issue of reproductive health to their system. The Ethiopian Catholic Church Social and Development Commission (ECC SDCO) Education team in collaboration with... Read more »

Ethiopia: Top US official arrives for broad-based rights and political dialogue – africanews

Tom Malinowski, Assistant Secretary for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor Affairs is in Ethiopia for a four day working visit. Malinowski will be in the country between today December 14 and is... Read more »

The Church in Ethiopia organises a workshop on child protection – Vatican Radio

Child Protection is a Ministry Entrusted to All by God The Ethiopian Catholic Church Social and Development Commission (ECC SDCO) brings together those working with children, elderly and people... Read more »

Ethiopia: 'Music Needs Everyone, As Everyone Needs It' – AllAfrica.com

By Feysel Mohammed During the war of Adwa, soldiers used to be motivated by war cries – strong poetic music – in Amharic called “shilela”. Especially women were good at creating songs... Read more »

Assistant Secretary Tom Malinowski to Travel to Uganda and Ethiopia – US Department of State (press release)

Assistant Secretary Tom Malinowski will travel to Uganda and Ethiopia on November 14 and November 17, respectively. In Uganda, he will meet with government officials, opposition party leaders, journalists, and civil society... Read more »

Electoral absolutism in Ethiopia

Electoral absolutism in Ethiopia By Leenco Lata Passions are understandably rising as election time, once again, draws nearer and nearer in Ethiopia. This should not come as a surprise since the heating... Read more »

Updated Submission for the Universal Periodic Review

Ethiopia’s human rights situation since 2009 has been marked by a harsh intolerance for any criticism of government actions and a sharp decline in freedoms of expression and association. Critics of government... Read more »