በኢትዮጵያ የሲቪክ ምህዳር መብቶች ጥበቃ እና የሚስተዋሉ አንዳንድ ችግሮች

“The importance of ensuring the broadest possible civic space in every country cannot be overstated…The protection of the civic space, and the empowerment of human rights defenders, needs to become a key priority for every principled global, regional and national actor."

Ms.Michelle Bachelet, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights October 29, 2018, Human Rights Defenders World Summit.

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Civil Society under the Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP)

The GTP has recognized the contributions of the Ethiopian civil society sector to date and provided for their role in the development planning period covered by the document. Generally, such recognition relates to resource mobilization, implementation of social sector programmes, capacity building and good governance, and cross-cutting sectors (especially women’s and children’s affairs, youth development and social welfare).

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The Police and Human Rights in Ethiopia

INTRODUCTION

This article is about “The police and human rights in Ethiopia”. Every state must respect, protect and fulfill human rights of human beings. The police as one part the executive organ of government, has its own obligations towards human rights. These include the obligation to respect and protect human rights. And police officers have also a direct and day-to-day contact with the entire society, which requires an enormous effort and patience of police officers to respect and protect human rights.

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Ethiopia’s Human Rights Treaty Reporting to the UN Treaty Bodies

INTRODUCTION

Preamble of the United Nations (UN) Charter requires member states and the people of the UN “to reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person, in the equal rights of men and women and of nations large and small”. In order to achieve this goal of the charter and secure universal recognition and implementation of human rights to their citizens’ member states of the United Nations entered into seven major human rights treaties.

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