Conflict-Sensitive Civic-Engagement of the Youth in Ethiopia


This guideline is developed based on deliberations of a workshop that has participated 20 known youth activists from different regions of Ethiopia in November 2020. The youth activists have worked in groups starting to define conflict, conflict-sensitivity, civic-engagement, and continued to discuss opportunities and challenges of Ethiopian youth in civic-engagement, and finally draw a quick guideline to stakeholders on what to do to ensure conflict-sensitive civic-engagement (CSCE) of the youth in the Ethiopian context.

This workshop has been done with the generous support of the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) and with the partnership to East African Initiative for Change (I4G).

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