Global Alliance for Justice: The Ethiopian Cause

NEWS RELEASE For immediate release: 13 March 2021 Global Alliance for Justice: The Ethiopian Cause GAJEC Elects New Deputy Chair On November 27, 2020, pursuant to a unanimous decision by the Board,…

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THE GRAND ETHIOPIAN RENAISSANCE DAM: THE FACTS

The Nile is a shared water resource among eleven countries: Burundi, D.R. Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda. Abbay (the Blue Nile) that originates from Ethiopia…

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The most breathtaking geography in Ethiopia

IT’S AN UNFORTUNATE reality that most travelers to Africa focus on a few select destinations like Egypt and South Africa, missing out on much of what the rest of the continent has…

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Foreword to the Special Issue on Education in Ethiopia

By Mammo Muchie & Fekadu Fullas, Yeshitela Degfu, Seble Worku  et.al First Published (Ee-JRIF), Vol 2, No 2 (2010) Re- Published  December 31, 2020 ”The larger the island of knowledge, the longer the…

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Reforming Ethiopian Ethnic federalism

Befekadu Hailu December 30, 2020 Despite a long history of statehood, the nation-building project of Ethiopia, a multilingual polity, remains incomplete. Successive regimes have failed to create a feeling of national unity…

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Somalia’s Miscalculation: A Reading for the Sudan

The Queen of Sheba 26 December 2020 It is with deep regret—and wrath—that we are witnessing the invasion of Ethiopian territories by curiously aggressive Sudanese army at a time when Ethiopia has…

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Vision Ethiopia Press Release on the Tigray Conflict

Vision Ethiopia November 5, 2020 Vision Ethiopia, a non-partisan association of Ethiopian scholars and professionals,  strongly condemns the recent attack by the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) on the Northern Command of…

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Vision Ethiopia Press Release on NAMA Demonstration

PRESS RELEASE October 27, 2020 Vision Ethiopia, a non-partisan association of Ethiopian scholars and professionals, is profoundly distressed and disenchanted by the disturbing news that the peaceful demonstrations called by the National…

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In-Memoriam Prof. Mesfin Wolde Mariam (1930-2020)

By Prof. Paulos Milkias September 30, 2020 It is with great sadness that we learned, as of yesterday, professor Mesfin Wolde Mariam, an indefatigable Ethiopian nationalist, is no more. Mesfin is the…

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Mass Murder of Amharas in Benishangul-Gumez Region

Targeted attacks against Amharas have occurred again in Benishangul-Gumez Region of Ethiopia. Amhara Association of America (AAA) has received reports that 89 people mainly Amhara/Agew have been killed by Gumez militias in…

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Proclamation finally decrees equality for Ethiopian Muslims

By Endris Mekonnen Legislation in June recognizing the Ethiopian Islamic Affairs Supreme Council was a historic progressive move by the State for the Muslim community. On 11 June, the House of People’s Representatives…

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