More than 48 Human Rights Defenders, including journalists and activists, were detained in Ethiopia in the year 2023. For the full report please read the PDF
EHRDC has released the second periodic assessment on the situations of human rights defenders in Ethiopia. Click the link to read the assessment – SECOND 2023 PERIODIC ASSESSMENTS ON THE SITUATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS IN ETHIOPIA. For PDF 23-
Contextual Assessment On November 2, 2022, the Ethiopian federal government and leaders of the country’s northern Tigray region agreed to end two years of devastating armed conflict. The peace deal, which was brokered by the African Union, was signed in Pretoria, South Africa. A ten-day implementation plan followed in Nairobi, Kenya. This peace agreement marks […]
EHRDC officially launched its first Annual report on the situation of Human Rights Defenders in Ethiopia on January 31st, 2023. The report was launched on the 2nd Anniversary celebration of EHRDC.
EHRDC officially launched its first annual report on the situations of HRDs in Ethiopia on our 2nd year Anniversary held on January 31st, 2023.
The human rights situation in Ethiopia is deteriorating in 2022 Security force cases of abuse, armed group attacks, and deadly ethnic violence are contributing factors to this corrosion. Several reports of summary executions, civilian casualties, looting, and house burning have been reported from various parts of the country. After the TPLF claimed control of Dessie […]