An overview of some of the human rights issues we have covered in 2022
As noted in the June 2021 – June 2022 Human Rights Situation Report, despite some key progress areas, significantly more effort is required by federal and regional authorities to take corrective measures to address the multifaceted human rights challenges
Last month, the Fourth Global Forum “Against the Crime of Genocide” took place in #Armenia.@EthioHRC’s Chief Commissioner discussed the +ve & -ve roles #ICTs can play and how to leverage them for justice and truth seeking.
@unwomenethiopia & @EthioHRC held an evidence based dialogue with researchers & practitioners. The aim is to ensure findings are not shelved, and recommendations are used to fuel women's participation in politics and public life. Read the full story: https://t.co/sLVJVuEFHM
“Solutions are achieved when displacement is solved. When displaced people no longer have needs linked to their displacement. When full agency is returned to them and their rights respected” pic.twitter.com/78osZTqCMg
Protracted displacement cannot become ‘normal’. Every month matters. A family in displacement for a year, is too much. A decade is an outrage. Multiple decades is a catastrophe. pic.twitter.com/TD1lWZEN8I
Ethiopian Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is an independent federal state body established as per the Federal Constitution and reporting to House of People’s Representatives as a national human rights institution with the mandate for promotion and protection of human rights. (Article 55/14 of FDRE Constitution cum Proclamation No. 210/2000, as amended by Proclamation No. 1224/2020)