EHRDC signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Assosa University

EHRDC as part of its project to establish human rights clubs in higher education establishments all over Ethiopia officially signed an MOU with Assosa University. As part of the inauguration of the University’s vice president of Research and Community service, and Dr. Haimanot, Dean of the Law school, Mr. Kidane delivered welcoming remarks. On behalf… Continue reading EHRDC signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Assosa University

EHRDC conducted Basic Human Rights, Gender, and Human Rights Advocacy training in Jigjiga and Wolaita Sodo University

EHRDC conducted Basic Human Rights, Gender, and Human Rights Advocacy training in  Wolaita Sodo and Jigjiga University. The training was given to members of the Human Rights Club Members previously established by EHRDC in collaboration with the Universities.  The training and the establishments of the clubs are part of the project EHRDC is leading in… Continue reading EHRDC conducted Basic Human Rights, Gender, and Human Rights Advocacy training in Jigjiga and Wolaita Sodo University

launching ceremony for establishing Human Rights Clubs

EHRDC has a launching ceremony for establishing Human Rights Clubs at Arba Minich University. EHRDC has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Arba Minich University School of Law to establish human rights clubs on five campuses of Arba Minich University.

Training on Basic Human Rights, Gender and Human Rights Advocacy for Jimma University Human Rights Club Members. the training is organized in collaboration with DefendDefenders.

As part of the project EHRDC is leading on establishing and supporting human rights clubs in higher educational institutes in the country, we gave training on Basic Human Rights, Gender, and Human Rights Advocacy for Jimma University Human Rights Club Members. the training is organized in collaboration with DefendDefenders. #HumanRights #HumanRightsDefenders

Gender Integration training

EHRDC in collaboration with DefendDefenders has facilitated training on Gender Integration for Civil Society Organisations based in Ethiopia under the Strengthening Civil Courage Programme The objective of the training is: To build participant’s skills and knowledge on how socially constructed gender norms affect the lives of women, men and people lf diverse gender identities and… Continue reading Gender Integration training

Basic Human Rights Concepts and Physical safety training for Human Rights Defenders in Gambella, Ethiopia

Ethiopian Human Rights Defenders Center in collaboration with National Endowment for Democracy is provided training on Basic Human Rights Concepts and Physical safety for Human Rights Defenders. Our Center continues to strengthen the capacity of Human Rights Defenders in all regions of Ethiopia.

Training on human rights mechanisms in collaboration with OHCHR

by Ethiopian Human Rights Defenders Center (EHRDC) in collaboration with the United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner (OHCHR) gave 2 days of training on strengthening the engagement of CSOs in the East Sub-region with African human rights mechanisms.

Training on Physical and Digital safety in collaboration with CRD

EHRDC provided training Physical and Digital safety and Psychological 1st aid for Individual HRDs in collaboration with Civil Rights Defenders (CRD). The 3 days training covered physical and Digital safety as well as Psychological FirstAid for human rights defenders working in conflict areas.  

EHRDC training in collaboration with United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner

Strengthening the engagement of CSOs in the East Subregion with African human rights mechanisms by Ethiopian Human Rights Defenders Center (EHRDC) in collaboration with the United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner

Training on Risk management and online safety in partnership with DefendDefenders

Risk management, Digital, and Online Safety training for HRDs based in conflict zones in the country in partnership with DefendDefenders. The training reached HRDs from different parts of the country and served as a platform to discuss issues affecting HRDs based in conflict zones.