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Ethiopia Human Rights Project(EHRP) requests that the government of Ethiopia release Professor Merera Gudina

The Ethiopia Human Rights Project(EHRP) requests that the government of Ethiopia release Professor Merera Gudina, or publicly charge him with a credible offense in strict accordance with the Ethiopian law and procedure.  EHRP encourages our colleagues in the human rights community to join in our expression of encouragement for greater transparency in the matters relating […]

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Ethiopia Human Rights Project has signed an open letter to Boris Johnson, UK Foreign Secretary, asking him to reconsider his refusal to call for Ethiopia to return British national Andy Tsege to the UK.

Ethiopia Human Rights Project has signed an open letter to Boris Johnson, UK Foreign Secretary, asking him to reconsider his refusal to call for Ethiopia to return British national Andy Tsege to the UK. The letter, co-signed by Reprieve, Article 19, Fair Trial, and Redress, is a response to Johnson’s own letter in which he stated he […]

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Addressing the escalating human rights crisis in Ethiopia. An escalating human rights crisis in Oromia and Amhara Regions

To Permanent Representatives of Members and Observer States of the UN Human Rights Council Geneva, 8 September 2016   RE: Addressing the escalating human rights crisis in Ethiopia (PDF) Your Excellency, The undersigned civil society organisations write to draw your attention to grave violations of human rights in Ethiopia, including the recent crackdown on largely […]

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Ethiopia: Civil society groups urge international investigation into ongoing human rights violations

Press Statement Ethiopia: Civil society groups urge international investigation into ongoing human rights violations 30 August 2016 download  the PDF file A group of civil society organizations are calling for an independent and impartial international investigation into human rights violations in Ethiopia, including the unlawful killing of peaceful protesters and a recent spate of arrests […]

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AAU Students – August 12 Hearing

    On the case of the 20 Oromo students of Addis Ababa University, who have been arrested and charged for holding a demonstration in front of the US Embassy in Addis Ababa, 11 of them who were given a verdict to defend themselves had filed their defense evidence documents during the previous trial session. It […]

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