Ethiopians share ideas on accommodating diversity
Two experts take part in Ethiopia’s Global Dialogue roundtable on diversity in Addis Ababa.
A country roundtable on the theme of unity and diversity held in Addis Ababa on March 14, 2008, attracted a wide range of participants representing academia, public institutions, civil society and the press.
Assefa Fiseha and Mohamed Habib, Director, Institute of Federalism and Legal Studies, Ethiopian Civil Service College; Director, Institute of Federalism, Addis Ababa University, coordinated the event.
Participating in the roundtable were: Ewnetu B.Debela, GR-Head, Ministry of Federal Affairs; Semir Yusuf, Lecturer, Addis Ababe University; Beyene Moges, Senior Report; Lealem Desta, Reporter, Monitor; Getachew Assefa, Assistant professor, AAU Law; Tsegaye Regassa, IFLS/ECSC, Ethiopian Civil Service College; Daniel Demissie, Sec. Committee, House of Federations; Dr. Petra Zimmermannsteinhart, Advisor, House of Federations; KiDane Kiros Bitsue, Lecturer, AAU; Dejene Sakoume, Senior reporter, Ethiopian Herald; Addisu Gebreigzabhier, Project officer, MOFA; Elias Eshetu, Journalist, ETV; Habtamu Abino, Secertary General, House of Federations; Elisa Salah, Journalist, EPA; Adugna Feyissa, Journalist, EPA; Solomon Negus, Assistant Professor, ECSC; F/Mariam Tesfaye, Reporter, The Monitor; Hadish Abreha, G.P.A.; Million Beyene, Senior reporter, Walta; John Markakis, Advisor, Ministry of Federal Affairs; Getachew Tsere, Reporter, ETV-2; Dagnchew Gione, ETV-3; Mujib Jemanl, civil, EAE; Temesgen Zewdie, MP, Ethiopian Parliament; GebruG/M Uttura, Whip, UEDF; Kassa G. Yohanes J. Yhoanns, Forum for Demo and Federalism; Kumlachew Dagne, Program coordinator, InterAfrica Group; Assefa Fiseha, Director, Institute of Federalism and Legal Studies; Mohamed Habib, Director, Institute of Federalism, Addis Ababa University; Sarah Vaghen, Advisor for AAU and MOFA, Institute of Federalism, AAU.