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Monday 6 December, 9:00-11:00 GMT - Online Conference - Ethiopia at Crossroad

Members of the European Parliament Michèle Rivasi and Jan-Christoph Oetjen invite key speakers to discuss the origin of the conflict, the security situation and the role of the international community and the consequences of the conflict.

Register here if you would like to attend:
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_CqGOtsXYSwygJ0nGVgsrFQ

 
Published Programme:

9:00: Introduction by MEPs Michèle Rivasi and Jan-Christoph Oetjen

9:15: "Origin of the conflict/ an overview of political development since 1991" Abera Yemane Ab, Chair of Dildiy, Ethiopian Association, Belgium

9:25: "Relations between Eritrea and Ethiopia" Mirjam van Reisen , Professor of International Relations at Tilburg University and Leiden University.

9:35: "The armed conflict in Tigray and the international community (EU/USA)" Ann Fitz-Gerald, Director, Balsillie School of International Affairs

9:45: "The humanitarian situation in Tigray – aid, food security and famine" Jan Nyssen, professor at the Department of Geography, Ghent University

9:55: "Women’s Experiences in the Tigray War" Meaza Gebremedhin, International Relations Researcher & Activist

10:05: "The consequence of the war on human rights" Daniel Bekele, Chief Commissioner at Ethiopian Human Rights Commission Michelle Bachelet (TBC), High Commissioner for Human Rights

10:25: "Media bias and policy struggle" Jan Abbink, Professor emeritus Governance and politics in Africa, Leiden University Tsedale Lemma, Founder of the Addis Standard

10:45: "The role of the European Union" Annette Weber , EU Special Representative for the Horn of Africa

10:55: Concluding remarks and the way forward by MEP


 
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