Call for Applicants: we are looking to hire a Senior Project Officer

Center for Advancement of Rights and Democracy (CARD) is a board-led, for-not-profit organization registered in Ethiopia under the Civil Societies Law 1113/2019 with registry number 4307. CARD acquired its legal personality on 24 July 2019. CARD aspires to see Ethiopia where democratic culture flourished on human rights values and has been working with a mission […]

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Call for Applicants to Conduct a Baseline Need Assessment

The Center for Advancement of Rights and Democracy (CARD) is a board-led, non-profit organization registered in Ethiopia under the revised Civil Societies Proclamation 1113/2019 with registry number 4307. CARD envisions to see a democratic Ethiopia and has a mission of echoing principles of democracy to make it the rule of the game in the country. […]

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CARD, in collaboration with Data4Change, launches a two-week campaign on internet accessibility

The Center for the Advancement of Rights and Democracy (CARD), assisted by a successive capacity-building fellowship and data story development it has been receiving from Data4Change, has launched an online campaign today on May 16, 2022. The campaign is titled “The Digital Divide: how lack of internet access hinders Ethiopia’s potential” and will last for […]

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Meet CARD’s 2022 Werdwet Fellows:

The Center for the Advancement of Rights and Democracy (CARD) has selected five fellows for the annual CARD Werdwet Research Fellowship in 2022. Kalkidan Asmamaw, Kulsma Nur, Hiywot Samuel, Alubel Workie, and Netsebrak Tamene are the selected awardees of Werdwet Fellows 2022. CARD Werdwet Research Fellowship Program (Werdwet Fellowship) was launched by CARD in 2020 to […]

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Monitoring Social Media Conversation: The Conflict in Ethiopia, National Dialogue and Negotiation among Conflict Parties – March 26 – April 25

Executive Summary A voice recording of an alleged speech from General Tsadkan Gebretensae, a top military leader in Tigray has been widely circulating across social media platforms. In the recording, Gen. Tsdkan reportedly claimed that top Tigrayan military leaders met with top Ethiopian military leaders, including with Field Marshall Birhanu Jula, chief of staff to […]

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