Ethiopia related events happening from today up to the end of January - most are free.
Friday 1 January, 16:00-16:30 PM GMT - Kettlebell Workout with Luwamé by National Bell Festival.
Kickstart the New Year and get the blood flowing with a high-energy, full-body, and dynamic kettlebell workout with Luwam Tesfaye.
(Proper kettlebells not needed - alternatives can be used!).
Tuesday 5 January, 00:30-02:00 GMT - Amnesty International January meeting by Amnesty International #1017.
A talk on “Current Human Rights Situation in Ethiopia” by Mr. Dula Abdu and Dr. Bayabel Mengistu.
Thursday 7 January - Ethiopian Christmas Day.
Monday 11 January, 18:00 GMT - Vegan Eritrean cookery class with Helen by the charity Migrateful
Learn the secrets of Eritrean cooking in Helen Goitom's online cookery class!
Dishes demonstrated will include Timtimo, Hamli, and Salad - buy your own ingredients and cook-along with Helen, Tickets - £22.15 per kitchen involved.
Tuesday 12 January, 14:30-16:00 GMT - Virtual Event - CGIAR COVID-19 Hub by International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).
This webinar brings together researchers and national partners from Bangladesh and Ethiopia, the Hub’s pilot countries, to reflect on progress made and lessons learned on the potentially devastating impact on food security and nutrition worldwide.
Friday 15 January, 19:00-20:30 GMT - African Politics Today: What Progressives Need to Know by Haymarket Books.
A panel discussion with leading experts on African politics; Nisrin Elamin, Zachariah Mampilly, Jason Stearns and Elleni Centime Zeleke
Free but they ask that those who are able make a solidarity donation in support of their important publishing and programming work.
Monday 18 January, 20:00-21:30 GMT - The future of Fairfield House: how we preserve HIM's legacy for our community by Fairfield House Home of H.I.M Haile Selassie.
The second online public meeting with a discussion and Q&A about the future of Fairfield House, former home of His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie I 1936 - 1941, which he graciously gifted to the Corporation of Bath as a home for the aged in 1959.
Tuesday 19 January - Ethiopian Timkat / Epiphany.
Tuesday 19 January, 22:30-24:00 GMT - Livestream: Ethiopian & Eritrean Doro Wat by City Market Classes & Events.
A free livestream demonstration on how to make Doro Wot given by Mulu Tewelde from Eritrea.
Thursday 28 January, 19:00-20:30 GMT - Book launch: Sylvia Pankhurst Natural Born Rebel by Marx Memorial Library.
Online book launch of this major new biography with author Rachel Holmes in conversation with historian Mary Davis. Free admission but donation requested.
Friday 29 January, 18:00-19:30 GMT - BBW January Book Club by Black British Writers.
For their first Book Club they are collaborating with Black-Books Club (BBC) and will be reading My Name is Why by British/Ethiopian poet Lemn Sissay.