The Human Rights Council (HRCO) 140th Special Report, Executive Summary (English) March 14 2016
OPEN Ethnic based displacement, mistreatment, destroying properties and displacing people in the name of development must stop immediately!
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In this document, CIVICUS, EHAHRDP and HRCO outline urgent concerns related to the environment in which civil society activists and human rights defenders operate in the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia and discuss threats faced in the exercise
In 2008 there were 127 rights-based, non-governmental organizations operating in Ethiopia.1 Largely dependent on foreign donor assistance, Ethiopia’s nascent human rights community acted as a bulwark against the rapidly deteriorating respect for civil
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