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Coalition of NGO, Diaspora Groups Support Congressional Hearing on Human Rights in Ethiopia

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March 9, 2017, Washington D.C. The undersigned civil society organizations applaud Chairman Chris Smith, and Ranking Member Karen Bass of the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committees Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organizations for holding a hearing on Ethiopia today entitled, “Ethiopia: Democracy Under Threat.” The hearing draws much-needed attention to […]

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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.

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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. 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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Coalition of NGO, Diaspora Groups Support Ethiopia Human Rights Resolution

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September 13, 2016, Washington D.C. The undersigned civil society organizations applaud U.S. Representatives Chris Smith, Keith Ellison and Mike Coffman for introducing the House Resolution entitled “Supporting human rights and encouraging inclusive governance in Ethiopia.” The resolution, introduced today as companion legislation to S.Res.432, addresses the ongoing human rights abuses and political instability in Ethiopia. […]

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Journalists Khalid Mohamed, Darsema Sori & et al. Requested Investigation on the Identity of the Prosecutor’s Witnesses – June 23rd Hearing

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On June 23/2016, defendants including journalists Khalid Mohamed and Darsema Sori demanded the investigation of the identity of the prosecutor’s witnesses at the 14th criminal bench of the Lideta Federal High Court. During the trial session of the case of 20 defendants (including the journalists), the defendants explained that the witnesses presented by the prosecutor […]

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