Democratic Assistance to Post-Conflict Ethiopia: Impact and Limitations
This study illustrates that assistance to human rights has been instrumental in the emergence of a voluntary sector in Ethiopia. Humanitarian assistance and socio-economic development have been notable too; however assistance to democratisation has been limited, in part due to the failure of political parties to broaden their power base. In contrast, there have been some notable local achievements in areas such as elections and press freedom.
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Development Interventions in Wollaita, 1960s-2000s: A Critical Review
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International Electoral Assistance
International Human Rights Assistance
The Media and International Assistance
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2000 elections activities Addis Ababa advocacy Africa African Development Bank agencies Association Berhanu Berhanu Nega bilateral broadcast candidates civil society organizations Commission Constitution cost of elections country's court democracy democratization process Derg Derg regime Dessalegn Rahmato detention Development Dire Dawa discussion donor assistance donor community draft economic EFJA EHRCO elections in Ethiopia electoral process Embassy EPRDF Eritrea established Ethiopian government ethnic EWLA Federal free press groups human rights organizations human rights violations Human Rights Watch impact Imperial regime independent institutions international assistance international electoral assistance issues journalists justice large number legislation limited major million USD National Electoral Board newspapers NGOs officials Oromo Liberation Front papers Parliament peace percent political parties post-conflict poverty press freedom private press programs radio reform registered reports rule of law ruling party sector Table Tigray Transitional Government UNDP USAID woreda World Bank