Democratic Assistance to Post-conflict Ethiopia: Impact and Limitations

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Forum for Social Studies, 2004 - Political Science - 112 pages
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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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International Electoral Assistance
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