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Here's a list of all of the Ethiopia related events that we know that are taking place up to the end of December 2021. There is a children's event on this afternoon, Saturday 4 December, with a painting session from Addis Ababa.
There's also an Ethiopian cookalong class on Thursday 9 December in which you're expected to make your own injera. If you want to book for that, and join the cookalong, then you need to have started making the injera mix at least three days beforehand...

Until Saturday 11 December, Tuesday to Friday, 11:00-18:00, Saturdays,12:00-18:00 GMT Cascade of Knowledge, a solo exhibition by Ermias Kifleyesus. Last week of the exhibition at Addis Fine Art, London, 21 Eastcastle Street, London W1W  8DD.

Saturday 4 December, 15:30-17:00 GMT - Da Grouper School by Young Marine Explorers
A ninety-minute virtual celebration of citizen science, community connection and climate action. Dance to tunes by DJ Maja Tunz based in Cat Island, The Bahamas, be guided in a painting session by Zion Art from Addis Ababa, and be delighted by experiential learning offerings from members from the global community.

Tuesday 7 December, 18:30-20:30 GMT - Radical Anthropology Talk - Human evolution: some recent discoveries and their implications by Chris Stringer
May also be live in UCL Anthropology Dept. Sign up on eventbrite to receive latest info about location and/or Zoom links
Out of Ethiopia paper by Chris Stringer

Tuesday 7 December, 19:00-21:00 GMT - Art and Design in Jet Age Ethiopia by The Anglo-Ethiopian Society
The impact of the jet age on Ethiopia's artists in the 1960s by Kate Cowcher

Wednesday 8 December,  16:00-17:00 GMT - Recent archaeological work in Lalibela and its surroundings: settlement patterns and rock exploitation by CfIA - IAIS - University of Exeter
Part of the ‘Medieval Archaeology in the Horn of Africa’ seminar series - Speaker: Marie-Laure Derat, PhD. (Research Director at the CNRS, Laboratoire Orient et Méditerranée)
Bookings close Monday 6 December.

Wednesday 8 December, 22:30-24:00 GMT - What's Happening in Ethiopia? by Haymarket Books
A discussion about how to make sense of the current crisis in Ethiopia. With J. Khadijah Abdurahman, Maebel Gebremedhin and Ayantu Tibeso. Sponsored by Haymarket Books - donation requested.

Thursday 9 December, 18:30-20:30 GMT - BOAZ Trust + Heart & Parcel Cookalong | Rahel's Injera & Sides (V) by Heart & Parcel - £10
You are invited to an evening of cooking and conversation with Rahel from Boaz, Clare from Heart & Parcel, and Boaz supporters. As well as learning from Rahel how to cook delicious injera with two traditional sides, the evening is also a chance to find out more about the work of the Boaz Trust and to support their Christmas Appeal.

Thursday 9 December, 22:00-23:00 GMT - Cooking with Community by The Horticultural Society of New York
Some Ethiopian recipes with neighborhood home chef, Fanaye.

Tuesday 14 December, 11:00-13:00 GMT - Sustainable Hydropower Network webinar - Africa by CDT in Sustainable Infrastructure Systems
SHAASAN Webinar 3 - Sustainable Hydropower in Africa hosted by Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia and University of Eldoret, Kenya. Four presentations, including Dr Mengiste Abate: Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences ,Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia - "The Status and Future Prospects of Sustainable Hydropower Development in Ethiopia"

Wednesday 15 December, 15:00-16:00 GMT - Confronting Hard Truths: Media Reform in Fragile Societies by The Media and Peacebuilding Project in affiliation with Over Zero
By drawing on examples of intervention into the media sector in different types of fragile contexts Mark Nelson and Heather Gilberds will examine how best to reform and strengthen independent news media to help ensure it can contribute to constructive and sustainable societal and political outcomes.

Wednesday 15 December, 16:00-17:00 GMT - Salt production and trade in Medieval Ethiopia by CfIA - IAIS - University of Exeter
Part of the ‘Medieval Archaeology in the Horn of Africa’ seminar series - Speaker: Helina S. Woldekiros (Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Washington University in St. Louis)

Tuesday 21 December, 19:00-20:00 GMT - Online Book Club - Sweetness in the Belly by Camilla Gibb by Aurora Public Library
An evocative and richly imagined story of a British Muslim woman's search for love and belonging in two very different worlds.

Friday 31 December, 19:30-20:00 GMT - "Physical Therapy For Women: Ethiopia" - Documentary by Global Women's Health Initiative
Watch "Physical Therapy for Women: Ethiopia", a documentary by Daniel Neville, sponsored by GWHI. (Donation based viewing)
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