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Ethiopia: Intellectual Genocide in the making?  – By George Carlin

Ethiopia: Intellectual Genocide in the making? – By George Carlin

🕔21:47, 19.Jul 2017

The Strong and Pervasive Evidence of Ethnic Inequalities “The caterpillar does all the work, but the butterfly gets all the publicity.” By George Carlin Contact information: Girma Berhanu Department of Education and Special Education University of Gothenburg Box 300, SE

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PERPETRATING GENOCIDE OR PROMOTING FAMILY PLANNING? THE UNETHICAL USE OF BIRTH CONTROL PROGRAM AS INSTRUMENT OF AMARA ETHNOCIDE

PERPETRATING GENOCIDE OR PROMOTING FAMILY PLANNING? THE UNETHICAL USE OF BIRTH CONTROL PROGRAM AS INSTRUMENT OF AMARA ETHNOCIDE

🕔16:19, 18.Jul 2017

Assefa Negash, M.D. Amstelveen, Holland – the 17th of July 2017  Let me start discussion of a disturbing case of a 13 years old Amara girl from a small town called Maksingt, in the Gonder area of the so-called Amara region

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Online Privacy Guide for Journalists 2017 – By Michael Dagan

Online Privacy Guide for Journalists 2017 – By Michael Dagan

🕔06:08, 16.Jul 2017

You can see the eBook PDF-version of this guide here. 1. Introduction Many veteran journalists, but not only these, surely noticed that we are all of a sudden bombarded again from all-over with mentions of Watergate. Books like George Orwell’s 1984 are

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Academic Freedom in Public Universities  A lived experience in Wollo University, Ethiopia

Academic Freedom in Public Universities A lived experience in Wollo University, Ethiopia

🕔19:41, 14.Jul 2017

By Yidnekachew Ewnetu 2015 Contents Introduction. 3 Challenges of Academic freedom.. 4 2.1.       Failure to be autonomous. 4 2.2.       Political activities. 5 2.3.       Forced propaganda networks. 6 2.4.       Weakened teachers’ association. 63. Repression of academic staffs rights. 7 4. Consequences

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Queen Eleni: Ethiopian Women in the Medieval and Renaissance Eras

Queen Eleni: Ethiopian Women in the Medieval and Renaissance Eras

🕔09:42, 15.May 2017

By Yamrot Girma Teshome, Gender Studies, ASU Queen Eleni of Ethiopia is among many African women who played key political and intellectual roles in the Early Modern period. Her biography is one of the histories of Ethiopian women from different

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Visiting Assafa Endeshaw’s “revisit” of Nationalism in Ethiopia (Tilahun Afessa)

Visiting Assafa Endeshaw’s “revisit” of Nationalism in Ethiopia (Tilahun Afessa)

🕔06:13, 30.Apr 2017

Few months ago, a close-friend of mine forwarded to me a copy of a paper written by Assafa Endeshaw, the title of which is “Nationalism in Ethiopia Revisited.” Assafa wrote the paper for a presentation at the 19th International Conference

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The Highest Decline In Fertility Rate Recorded in Amhara Region: Study

The Highest Decline In Fertility Rate Recorded in Amhara Region: Study

🕔16:37, 11.Apr 2017

Trends in contraceptive use and distribution of births with demographic risk factors in Ethiopia: a sub-national analysis Abstract Background Evidence shows that family planning contributes to the decline in child mortality by decreasing the proportions of births that are considered

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In Memory of the Founding Generation of Academic History of Ethiopia

In Memory of the Founding Generation of Academic History of Ethiopia

🕔11:33, 20.Feb 2017

Tsegaye Tegenu, PhD February 20, 2017 The recent departure of the well-loved Ethiopian historian, Professor Richard Pankhurst provide us the opportunity to remember the efforts of professional historians who for the first time started university based history teaching and research

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 MISTAKEN IDENTITY OF THE AMHARA PEOPLE AND THE QUEST FOR ORGANIZED RESISTANCE AGAINST TPLF ATROCITIES

 MISTAKEN IDENTITY OF THE AMHARA PEOPLE AND THE QUEST FOR ORGANIZED RESISTANCE AGAINST TPLF ATROCITIES

🕔19:56, 28.Jan 2017

By Abinet Hunegnaw INTRODUCTION To all readers, particularly for foreigners, please be advised that even as we speak, the present TPLF dominated regime using its restrictive laws, the ATP or Anti terrorism proclamations of 2009 and the State of emergency

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CONCERNS ABOUT LEAD EXPOSURE TOXICITY IN ETHIOPIA

CONCERNS ABOUT LEAD EXPOSURE TOXICITY IN ETHIOPIA

🕔21:26, 2.Jan 2017

By W.A. Zeleke During the US presidential campaign just ended with the election of Donald Trump, a relatively less known city in Michigan called Flint attracted the attention of the candidates and many others around the world because of unexpected

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Here is why Nonviolent Resistance is a no-brainer for the Oromo Struggle

Here is why Nonviolent Resistance is a no-brainer for the Oromo Struggle

🕔15:22, 17.Dec 2016

By Olaanaa Abbaaxiiqi Olaanaabbaaxiiqi@yahoo.com December 2016 The Oromo Protest which is continuously raging since November 2015, has fundamentally exposed the brutality and instability of the Ethiopian regime. Furthermore, it has brought to the world stage the genuineness and seriousness of

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The Proof is in the Pudding-Nonviolent Resistance Works – By Olaanaa Abbaaxiiqi

The Proof is in the Pudding-Nonviolent Resistance Works – By Olaanaa Abbaaxiiqi

🕔15:17, 17.Dec 2016

Olaanaabbaaxiiqi@yahoo.com December 2016 Nonviolent resistances have led to numerous dramatic changes in many countries around the globe. Understandably, there are also many nonviolent resistances that have failed.  I am not claiming that there is a guaranty that all nonviolent resistance

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Violence is not the Answer!  – By Olaanaa Abbaaxiiqi

Violence is not the Answer! – By Olaanaa Abbaaxiiqi

🕔15:14, 17.Dec 2016

Olaanaabbaaxiiqi@yahoo.com December 2016   Introduction   Unless we are deluding ourselves or burying our heads in the sand and hoping, the writing is on the wall: Ethiopia is dangerously getting closer to plunging into a civil war of a greater

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Hybrid Wars: The Horn Of Africa, the Scramble for Somalia; Eritrea; Ethiopia; Color Revolutions?

Hybrid Wars: The Horn Of Africa, the Scramble for Somalia; Eritrea; Ethiopia; Color Revolutions?

🕔11:07, 4.Dec 2016

Part II By Andrew Korybko Global Research, December 03, 2016 Oriental Review 2 December 2016 The first part of the research on the Horn of Africa described the regional state-to-state political dynamics, and now it’s time to delve into each country more

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What is the Ultimate Goal of the Oromo Movement?  [Tedla Woldeyohannes, Ph.D.]

What is the Ultimate Goal of the Oromo Movement? [Tedla Woldeyohannes, Ph.D.]

🕔17:36, 27.Nov 2016

by Tedla Woldeyohannes, Ph.D.*   For keen observers of the current Ethiopian politics, especially the writings, media interviews, and social media comments and posts by Oromo elites and activists, one topic has kept receiving a steady focus more than others:

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Human-biting activities of Anopheles species in south-central Ethiopia

Human-biting activities of Anopheles species in south-central Ethiopia

🕔03:19, 1.Oct 2016

Published: 30 September 2016 Oljira Kenea  Meshesha Balkew, Habte Tekie, Teshome Gebre-Michael, Wakgari Deressa, Eskindir Loha, Bernt Lindtjørn and Hans J. Overgaard Abstract Background Indoor residual spraying (IRS) and long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs) are the key malaria vector control interventions in Ethiopia. The success of these interventions rely on their efficacy

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A Methodological Experiment on Crop Residue Cover Measurement in Ethiopia

A Methodological Experiment on Crop Residue Cover Measurement in Ethiopia

🕔03:31, 12.Sep 2015

Abstract 1. Introduction In many parts of the world, soil degradation threatens the productive capacity of farmland while demographic pressure limits the potential to farm new lands. In order to achieve increases in agricultural productivity, a better and more sustainable

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