The University of New Mexico Physical Therapy Students to Visit Ethiopia

The University of New Mexico Physical Therapy Students to Visit Ethiopia

“UNM’s Physical Therapy program has made a strong commitment to service learning in the U.S. and abroad. If we’re successful, we will be able to offer both the Guatemalan and the Ethiopian... Read more »
Ethiopia: KNITTING BACK TOGETHER OUR UNREACHABLE SHARED HISTORY

Ethiopia: KNITTING BACK TOGETHER OUR UNREACHABLE SHARED HISTORY

By Teshome Abebe* It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of... Read more »
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Human Rights Watch urges Kenya to speak up against Ethiopia crackdown

Human Rights Watch urges Kenya to speak up against Ethiopia crackdown

Human Rights senior researcher for Horn of Africa, Felix Horne , said Kenya should end its silence and speak up against Ethiopia’s crackdown on dissent. In his op-ed published on Kenya’s weekly, The... Read more »
H.Res.128 on Ethiopia scheduled for April vote

H.Res.128 on Ethiopia scheduled for April vote

U.S House of Representatives is scheduled to put House Resolution 128 (HR 128), titled ‘Supporting respect for human rights and encouraging inclusive governance in Ethiopia’, for a vote in April, according to a... Read more »
Eritrea Rejects Allegation It's Trying to Destabilize Ethiopia

Eritrea Rejects Allegation It’s Trying to Destabilize Ethiopia

Eritrean nformation Minister Yemane Gebremeskel Bloomberg– Eritrea’s government rejected allegations by neighboring Ethiopia that it’s trying to destabilize the country after Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn resigned last month. Ethiopia has been struggling... Read more »
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An Unstable Ethiopia: Wobbles in Addis Ababa

Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn’s departure after five years in power to pave way for political reform was abrupt, but not unexpected. The move followed a ‘do or die’ executive committee meeting... Read more »