Ethiopia related events happening up to the end of December - most are free. All are new, except the first one listed.
Saturday 28 November, 14:00 PM-18:30 GMT - Multilingual London Festival by MULOSIGE
Showcasing London writers who live and work across multiple languages, including Aida Edemariam and poet Alemu Tebeje Ayele
Saturday 28 November, 17:00-18:30 GMT - Ethiopia Stop The War On Tigray
- Introduction to the work and its aims- Yenabi Mezghebe (London)
- Concerns that the situation is fast evolving into a Genocide against Tigrayans- Jerusalem Barnabas (Edinburgh)
- The humanitarian disaster looming- Selam Kidane (London)
- The role of the international community - Martin Plaut (London)
Monday 30 November, 20:00-21:30 GMT - The future of Fairfield: how we preserve HIM's legacy for our community by Fairfield House Home of H.I.M Haile Selassie
The first Fairfield House online public meeting is a discussion and Q&A about the future of Fairfield House
Thursday 3 December, 14:00-15:00 GMT - AfOx digital insaka by Africa Oxford Initiative
The AfOx insaka is a platform to share ideas and knowledge about Africa-focused research with speakers from diverse disciplines. Two speakers including Yacob Mulugetta who is giving a talk - What direction for Africa's Energy Future?
Thursday 3 December, 15:00-16:00 GMT - Ethiopia on the Brink of Mass Atrocities by MIGS
- William Davison, Senior Analyst for Ethiopia, Crisis Group
- Sarah Hunter, Global Center for the Responsibility to Protect
- Dr Semahagn Abebe, Assistant Professor, Endicott College
- Susan Stigant, Director of Africa Programs at the U.S. Institute of Peace
Friday 4 December, 15:00-16:30 GMT - Access in Africa: A Roundtable on Global Equity and Covid-19 Vaccines by 1Day Sooner
Friday 4 December, 15:00-16:30 GMT - GDAI Webinar #7: Sudan at the crossroads: hopes and fears for the future by The Centre of African Studies and the Mo Ibrahim Foundation
A roundtable discussion on access to vaccines with four experts from Africa, including Dr. Solomon Memire from Ethiopia
CAS Research Associates Dr Bashàïr Ahmed and Paul Asquith discuss the prospects for Sudan at this critical time.
Monday 7 December, 12:00-13:00 GMT - Ethics of Photography in International Development Work
A conversation with humanitarian photographer Martha Tadesse to reflect on photography ethics, issues of representation, power and consent.
Tuesday 8 December, 19:00-21:30 GMT - Wee Green Screen - Great Green Wall by Glasgow National Park City
Follow Malian musician/activist Inna Modja on an epic journey along Africa's Great Green Wall, from Senegal to Ethiopia - Film screening + discussion
Friday 11 December, 13:00-14:00 GMT - Global Health and Human Rights by Human Rights Law Centre
HRLC Annual Lecture 2020, Global Health and Human Rights, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organisation
Thursday 17 December, 12:00-13:30 GMT - Virtual Class - Ethiopian Cooking: Make Your Own Injera by Mississippi Market Co-op
Explore the delicious flavours and techniques of authentic Ethiopian and Eritrean cuisine in this online class with Mimi Selam
Friday 18 December, 20:00-21:15 GMT - Maaza Mengiste in conversation with Hannah Azieb Pool by Bernie Grant Arts Centre
A conversation between Booker finalist Maaza Mengiste and Hannah Azieb Pool, CEO & Artistic Director of the Bernie Grant Arts Centre.
Pay what you can - £0 – £11.37
Saturday December 19, 17:00-18:30 GMT - Brewpoint's Farm to Cup Coffee Series(Ethiopia): LIVE on FB with Alex Orsi by Brewpoint Coffee
Follow their Ethiopian coffee from farm to cup with our farmer, roaster, and cafe manager to make the most of your coffee from Brewpoint.