Prof. Mammo Muchie delieverd a keynote speech on May 28, 2021 at the 1st Africa Graduate Students Conference in Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia on "How to create opportunities from the digital technology to develop Africa"
Title: The Grand Renaissance Dam (GERD): Egypt and Sudan have to be the First to Lead and Reject the Colonial Treaties from 1891 to 1959! By Mammo Muchie: www.sarchi.org : May 27-28, 2021 https://sarchi.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/END-ETHNIC-Divde-and-Rule-in-Ethiopia-and-fill-the-GERDfinal.pdf
58th African Liberation Day Conference: Economic Development for Africa by Africans The United States of Africa is delighted to host this years African Liberation Day conference coming up on 25th May 2021. On this day, many African countries celebrate the hard-fought achievement of their freedom from European colonial powers. “We
Prof. Mammo Muchie was the chairman of the Ethiopian Community in Britain and mobilised over 2000 people to demonstrate against the ethnic division and the break of Eritrea from Ethiopia. This picture was taken when Prof. Muchie was interviewed by the global media in Canada with all those actively opposed
Ethiopia's general elections have been postponed again and given a new date of June 21st. This will be a key test of democratic reforms under Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed who, in 2018 promised to organise the most democratic elections Ethiopia has ever seen. To speak to us more about this
CALL TO JOIN AND TAKE ACTION TO END THE GENERATION OLD NEVER-ENDING ETHNIC DIVISION IMPOSITION ON ETHIOPIA Conference to be held on May 27-28, 2021 In Pretoria, South Africa Organised by Adwa Great African Victory Association (AGAVA) (https://nesglobal.org/adwa124/ & the Network of Ethiopian Scholars ((NES) www.nesglobal.org) and all other partners are most welcome to
An online lecture series to commemorate Chris Freeman in the 18th year of publication of ‘Putting Africa first’ Organised by the South Africa Research Chair Initiative- SARChI & Africa Post-Graduate Academy (APGA), Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa Chris Freeman Centenary Seminar Series ‘Putting Africa First - Revisited Continuing the fond memory