Tag Archives: respect for human rights

ዶ/ር መረራ ጉዲና ቃለ መጠይቅ:            የዶር ዐቢይ አሕመድ 50ኛ ቀን እንዴት ያዩታል? — የፖለቲካ እሥረኞች በሙሉ አለመፈታትና የአሰቸኳይ ጊዜ አዋጅ አለመነሳት ለዴሞክራት ጠ/ሚ ጥሩ ምልክት አይደለም!

25 May

የአገዛዙን ዕድሜ ለማርዘም፥የሕወሃት አፈና አዋጅ ለተጨማሪ አራት ወራት ተራዘመ

30 Mar

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

የሕወሃት ፕሮፓጋንዳ ምንጭ የሆነው ፋና በዛሬው ዕለት እንደዘገበው ከሆነ፡ የሕወሃት የአፈና መሣሪያ የሆነው የአስቸኳይ ጊዜ አዋጅ ለቀጣዮቹ አራት ወራት ተራዝሟል።
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Ezekeil Gebissa in conversation with Rene Lefort on his insight into the political crisis in Ethiopia

29 Nov

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory

“Mengist yelem!” – “Authority has disappeared!”

“On both sides, the space available for information that exhibits even a degree of measure, not to say simple rationality, is shrinking alarmingly.”


“In the end, rather than fulfilling its first duty, the ruling power has become the principal cause of revolt.”


    Ethiopia’s crisis

    The ‘Ethiopian Spring’: “Killing is not an answer to our grievances”

    The ‘Ethiopian Spring’: “Killing is not an answer to our grievances”


Only Half of Global Banks Have Policy to Respect Human Rights

10 Dec

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by Carey :. Biron, IPS

    Against a set of 12 criteria, the average score was only a three. Many scored at or near zero. While those ranked at the very bottom include several Chinese institutions, they also include banks in the European Union and the United States.


WASHINGTON, Dec 9 2014 (IPS) – Just half of major global banks have in place a public policy to respect human rights, according to new research, despite this being a foundational mandate of an international convention on multinational business practice.
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Saudi Arabia Should Crack Down Their Flawed Laws, Not Migrants

12 Nov

by Adam Google, Human Rights Watch, November 7, 2013

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory

This week Saudi authorities resumed a sweeping crackdown on foreign workers violating local labor laws. Officials arrested more than 20,000 people over two days, according to the Jeddah-based Saudi Gazette, and deported many of them. The crackdown, which King Abdullah had suspended in July for six months to allow time for workers to regularize their status, primarily targets workers who do not have valid residency or work permits, but also affects workers with valid documents who are not working for the employer the documents designate.
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