NES Commentary No.53

Title: Appeal to All the People of the World for Prayer to End Conflicts to Bring Peace and Love to All in Ethiopia and the Rest of Africa By Prof. Ephraim Isaac I: Introduction A gentle and graceful call for all peace-loving humans to do at least a two-minute prayer of love, peace, and kindness for

NES Commentary No.52

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

Prof. Mammo Muchie’s protest

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 twice delayed elections

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

NES Commentary 51

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

Prof. Mammo Muchie’s interview

This is an interview on why in Africa a new paradigm shift is much needed to change the politics from conflict to peace and from the pursuit of self interest to the measurable and tangible contributions to serve the people and Africa to make sure the wellbeing is fully achieved.It

EU won’t observe Ethiopian elections

The European Union has scrapped plans to send observers to a parliamentary election in Ethiopia next month, saying conditions had not been met on communication systems and the mission's independence. Josep Borrell, the EU’s High Representative of the European Union says the 27-nation bloc will also not monitor preparations for