Ethiopia’s civil society seeks to carve its identity ahead of election
11 June 2021 | 12:09 pm
Ethiopia's civil actors are key to mobilizing and ensuring that the electoral process reaches the remotest places. But they face hurdles in a country still shaped by years of feeble democracy and top-down approaches.
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