The Ethiopian Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has launched a Gender Core Team on March 1, 2022 with the objective of revitalizing already ongoing initiatives of mainstreaming gender in key processes and systems.
ከየካቲት 17 እስክ 18 ቀን 2014 ዓ.ም. በአዲስ አባባ በተካሄደው ስብሰባ ከተሳተፉ መንግስታዊ ባለድርሻ አካላት ጋር የሀገር ውስጥ ተፈናቃዮችን መብቶች ለማስጠበቅ እና ለማስከበር የሚረዳ ተቋማዊ መዋቅሮች እና ቅንጅታዊ አሰራሮች ሊዘረጉ የሚቻልባቸው ምቹ ሁኔታዎችን ስለመፍጠር ውይይት ተደርጓል።
The Working Group is an experience sharing platform that brings together National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs) in the Intergovernmental Authority for Development (IGAD) member states
“Although our Commission will be missing one of its dedicated right hands, we are confident of Belain Gebremedhin’s invaluable contribution to the newly established institution both as a human rights expert and as an avid advocate for persons with disability and older persons.”
The JIT is committed to assist all stakeholders in the effective implementation of its recommendations
In Ethiopia persons affected by leprosy and their families face multiple forms of discrimination and are exposed to severe social, economic and psychological pressure due to misconceptions and lack of understandings.
The program is titled human rights defenders for Peace: The Right to Peace as a Human Rights.
Persons released include women, older persons, persons with health problems and others released on citation following an investigation.
The Commission notes with concern that, overall, the detentions in connection with the state of emergency has not been implemented in compliance with the principles of “necessity, proportionality, and freedom from discrimination”.
EHRC conducts training on promoting and monitoring recommendations from UN human rights mechanisms Training intended to enhance capacity of CSOs to promote & monitor implementation of recommendations from UN human rights mechanisms & identify strategies to engage state authorities