(March 2, 2015) – The World Bank has whitewashed damning evidence of widespread human rights abuses in connection with its flagship program in Ethiopia, Inclusive Development International said today. The evidence, obtained during the course of an internal investigation, appears to have been shelved in order to exonerate the bank and one of [its] biggest […]
Indigenous Peoples in Southwest Ethiopia have implicated the World Bank in grave human rights abuses that are being carried out as part of a resettlement programme headed by the Ethiopian Government. The government is currently working to resettle approximately 1.5 million peoples across the country by 2013. “Villagization” is supposed to be a voluntary process […]
The Canadian-based Anuak Justice Council (AJC) is calling on South Sudan President Salva Kiir to provide safety to the Indigenous Anuak Peoples. According to the following petition, South Sudan is presently cooperating with the Ethiopian government in the deportation of seventeen Anuak from the Alari Refugee Camp. Once in Ethiopia, the Anuak group “.. are […]
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