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20th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies (ICES20)
Mekelle University, Ethiopia

"Regional and Global Ethiopia - Interconnections and Identities"
1-5 October, 2018

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07 Law, Governance & Political Economy

0701 Historical Dimensions of Citizenship and Belonging in Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa

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0701-01SLIDING ITALIAN CITIZENSHIP: MAKING AND MOULDING LEGAL AND SOCIAL CATEGORIES IN PRESENT-DAY HORN OF AFRICAValentina FUSARI, University of Pavia
0701-02SOLDIER-CITIZEN TRAINING: THE BOY SCOUTS MOVEMENT IN LATE IMPERIAL ETHIOPIAKatrin BROMBER, Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient
0701-03COLONIAL SUBJECTS. RACIAL DISCOURSE AND INSTITUTIONAL SEGREGATION DURING THE ITALIAN RULE IN THE HORN OF AFRICA.Nicola CAMILLERI, University of Pavia, Italy
0701-04THE CHALLENGE OF BUILDING INSTITUTIONS OF GOOD GOVERNANCE INSTITUTIONS FOR PROGRESS IN GLOBAL ECONOMY AND SOCIETY IN THE 21ST CENTURY: THE CASE OF ETHIOPIA AND SELECTED AFRICA AND ASIAN STATESSISAY Asefa, Distinguished Service Professor of Economics and Director of the Center for African Development Policy Research (CADPR), Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan
0701-05SOME KEY FEATURES OF THE CITIZENSHIP IN RURAL ABYSSINIA: THE 1970’S AND THE 2010’SRené LEFORT, Independent researcher

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0702 "Justice from Below" Panel 1: Searching for a Right to the City in a Transitional Urban Ethiopia.

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0702-01RIGHTS FROM THE STREET CORNER IN MEKELLE. AN ETHNOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF AN UNRULY YOUTH GROUP IN THE MUTABLE URBAN SCENARIO.Mario MARASCO, Sapienza University of Rome
0702-02RESHAPING URBAN POWERS AND SOCIETY IN HOMEOWNERS COMMITTEEMarie BRIDONNEAU, French Centre of Ethiopian Studies (cfee), Addis Abeba / Nanterre University
Sabine PLANEL, IMAF
0702-03THE CONDOMINIUM HOUSING PROGRAMME IN ETHIOPIA: A RESEARCH RECONNAISSANCE TO ITS NEIGHBORHOOD SOCIAL CAPITAL IMPLICATIONSHONE Mandefro, School of Sociology and Social Work, University of Gondar, Visiting Researcher , McGill University, Montreal , Canad
MESFIN Setargie, Department of Sociology, Debre Berhan University
SOLOMON Abrha, School of Sociology and Social Work, University of Gondar, GEBEYEHU Begashaw, Department of Psychology, University of Gonda
0702-04ADDIS ABABA MIDDLE CLASSES AND URBAN RENEWALS: STRATEGIC AND CONSTRAINED COMPOSITIONSClélie NALLET, Research Fellow, French Institute of International Relations, Paris
0702-05PUBLIC HOUSING PROVISION AND HOUSING CONDITION OF CONDOMINIUM APPLICANTS IN ADDIS ABABADAWIT Gorems, Mekelle University

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0703 Legal Pluralism in Ethiopia. The Interplay of International, National and Customary Law

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0703-04THE USE AND ABUSE OF CONSENT IN CUSTOMARY DISPUTE RESOLUTION MECHANISMS (CDRMS) THROUGH SHIMGILINNA DESALEGN Amsalu, Institute of Ethiopian Studies, Addis Ababa University
0703-05DYNAMICS OF PLURAL LEGAL CONSTELLATION:CUSTOMARY,RELIGIOUS AND STATE JUSTICE SYSTEMS AMONG THE SILTIE PEOPLE,SOUTHERN ETHIOPIA KAIREDIN Tezera, Addis Ababa university
0703-07UNDERSTANDING LEGAL PLURALISM IN ETHIOPIA. AN EXAMPLE OF THE SERA CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM OF THE HALABA PEOPLE ZELALEM T. Sirna, Dilla University
MOTI Mosissa, Dilla University
0703-10THE APPROPRIATION OF STATE LAW IN THE PERIPHERIES CUSTOMIZED UNDERSTANDING AND USAGE OF STATE LAW AMONG THE BASHADA OF SOUTHERN ETHIOPIA Susanne EPPLE, Frobenius Institute, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
0703-12A WESTERNIZING AFRICAN STATE AND THE LAWS OF ITS HETEROGENEOUS SOCIETY: TOWARDS THE RAISON D'ÊTRE OF THE ETHIOPIAN LEGAL PLURALISM PIVOTING TRADITION OVER MODERNITY HAILE Muluken Akalu, Mekelle University
0703-15ETHIOPIAN INTERNATIONAL LEGAL HISTORIES - BEYOND THE AFRO-EUROPEAN DICHOTOMYJakob ZOLLMANN, WZB Berlin Social Science Center
0703-16THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS STANDARDS AND THE RIGHT TO CULTURAL SELF DETERMINATION OF LOCAL COMMUNITIES IN ETHIOPIAGETACHEW Assefa, Addis Ababa University School of Law
0703-17CLASHING VALUES, ARMED CONFLICT IN HAMAR WOREDA: THE 2014/15 CONFLICT AND ITS AFTERMATH YOHANNES Yitbarek Ejigu, PhD Candidate at the Max Planck Institute for social Anthropology
0703-18FORUM SHOPPING BETWEEN CUSTOMARY AND FORMAL LAWS AMONG THE TULAMA OROMO OF ETHIOPIAMELAKU Abera, Jimma University
0703-19THE IMPACTS OF RIVALRY BETWEEN BORANA AND OROMO CUSTOMARY LAW AND THE ETHIOPIAN STATE LAW IN CRIMINAL MATTERS: LOOKING FOR A VIABLE ALTERNATIVE ABERRA Degefa, Addis Ababa University
0703-20A CONTESTED CUSTOM AND RENEGOTIATIONS OVER LAND-GIFT AND INHERITENCE IN THE COURSE OF LAND FORMALIZATION PROCESS IN ETHIOPIA: THE CASE OF DANNO DISTRICT GIRMA Hundessa, PhD student at Addis Ababa University
0703-21INSTITUTION OF MARRIAGE BASED ON ETHIOPIAN LEGAL CODESZuzanna AUGUSTYNIAK, Department of African Languages and Cultures, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Warsaw
0703-22RESPONDING TO LAND-BASED CONFLICT IN ETHIOPIA: THE LAND RIGHTS OF ETHNIC MINORITIES UNDER FEDERALISMTom LAVERS, Global Development Institute, University of Manchester
0703-23THE DYNAMICS AND INTERPLAY OF TRADITIONAL AND MODERN CONFLICT RESOLUTION MECHANISMS AMONG THE ETHIOPIAN SOMALISSAMUEL Negash, Addis Ababa University
0703-24CONTEMPORARY PRACTICES OF CUSTOMARY CONFLICT RESOLUTION MECHANISM: THE ROLES OF BOKKUU (CULTURAL) CENTERS AMONG MACHAA OROMOTEREFE Mitiku, Jimma University, Ethiopia
JEMILA Adam,
MEGERSA Raggas
WAKTOLE Hailu
0703-25 PROTECTION OF LOCAL MINORITY RIGHTS UNDER REGIONAL STATES: A STUDY ON AWI NATIONALITY ADMINISTRATIVE ZONE, AMHARA NATIONAL REGIONAL STATE, ETHIOPIAALEMNEH Agajie, Injibara College of Teachers' Education
0703-26A PENCIL WITHOUT SHARPENER; LOCAL GOVERNMENT LEADERSHIP VERSUS GROWTH AND TRANSFORMATION PLAN IMPLEMENTATIONKIFLE Worku, Dilla University
TEFERA Assefa, Dilla University
0703-27A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF THE MICRO AND MACRO-LEVEL RESPONSES TO THE KARRAYU-ARGOBBA CONFLICT IN THE AWASH VALLEY, ETHIOPIAMELESE Teshome, Arba Minch University

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0704 Local Government in Ethiopia: Democratic, Developmental & Accommodative of Regional Minorities?

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0704-01THE NATURE AND FUTURE OF HUMAN RIGHTS PRACTICE IN THE RESETTLEMENT CORNERS OF ETHIOPIA: RESETTLEMENT AREAS OF BENISHANGUL GUMUZ REGIONAL STATEABRHAM Meareg, Assosa University
TANO Geter, Welkite University
0704-03ON ‘GOOD GOVERNANCE’: RECONCILING STATE AND VERNACULAR VIEWS IN SOUTHWEST ETHIOPIA Jon ABBINK, Leiden University
0704-05CONSTITUTIONALITY SUSPECT PROVISIONS IN SUB-NATIONAL CONSTITUTIONS AND LEGISLATION DEALING WITH LOCAL GOVERNMENTZEMELAK Ayitenew Ayele, Centre for Federal Studies: Addis Ababa University
0704-06LOCAL LEVEL DECENTRALIZATION IN ETHIOPIA: CASE STUDY OF TIGRAY REGIONAL STATEASSEFA Fiseha, Addis Ababa University, Federal Studies
0704-07LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND DECENTRALIZED SERVICE DELIVERY IN ETHIOPIA: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SIX RURAL AND URBAN WOREDAS KETEMA Wakjira, Center for Federal Studies, Addis Ababa University
ASNAKE Kefale, Department of Political Science and International Relations
0704-08MOBILIZING FINANCIAL RESOURCES FOR LOCAL DEVELOPMENT: CASE STUDIES OF URBAN AND RURAL WEREDAS IN TIGRAY AND SNNPRS IN ETHIOPIA SOLOMON Negussie, Addis Ababa University
0704-09ETHIOPIAN "ETHNIC" FEDERALISM: THE ROLE OF THE FEDERAL SUPREME COURT Costanza NICOLOSI, University of Catania School of Law
Giancarlo A. FERRO, University of Catania School of Law
0704-11THE IMPLEMENTATION OF DECENTRALIZATION POLICY IN BENISHANGUL GUMUZ REGIONMEBRATU Alemu, Development Study, Arba Minch University

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0705 The Political Economy of Ethnicity and Cultural Identities in Northeastern Ethiopia

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0705-01CATHOLICISM IN TIGRAY: AN ESSAY OF HISTORIOGRAPHICAL REINTERPRETATIONSAMUEL Kidane, Aksum University
TSEGAY Berhe, Addis Ababa University
YOHANNES Gebreselassie
0705-02THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF LABOUR MIGRATION IN INDIGENOUS SALT PRODUCTION SYSTEM IN 20TH CENTURY (NORTHEASTERN ETHIOPIA)TSEGAY Berhe, Addis Ababa University
0705-03ETHNIC FEDERALISM, AND NEW REGIONALISM: CONFLICT AND LOCAL DEVELOPMENT: A CASE OF ABA’ALA, AN AGRO-PASTORALIST IN ETHIOPIANSINTAYOH Fissha, MacEwan University
0705-04WAQF DOCUMENTS IN ARABIC AUTHORED BY COPTIC METROPOLITANS OF ETHIOPIA IN THE MID 19TH AND EARLY 20TH CENTURIESYOHANNES Gebreselassie, University of Paris, Panthéon Sorbonne
HASSEN Muhammed, Institute of Ethiopian Studies, Addis Abeba University
0705-05TRENDS OF CHANGE IN RELIGIOUS IDENTITY AND ITS IMPLICATION FOR TOLERANCE AND CO-EXISTENCE IN NORTH EASTERN ETHIOPIA: CASE STUDY OF ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY AND ISLAMMAHARI Yohans, Mekelle Univeraity
0705-07GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL ROOTS OF THE FOUNDING FATHERS OF HAMUSHTE ZUFANMULUWORK Kidanemariam, Mekelle University
0705-08LAND, SETTLEMENT AND ETHNIC BOUNDARIES IN URBAN AND PERI-URBAN SETTINGS: THE CASE AFAR AND TEGRAYANS OF AB’ALA TOWN AND ITS SURROUNDINGS (NORTHEASTERN ETHIOPIA), C.1950S-2010STSEGAY Berhe, Addis Ababa University

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0706 Studies on Legal History of Modern Ethiopia

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0706-01CONSTITUTIONS IN ETHIOPIAN HISTORY: REFLECTION ON IMPORTANT HISTORICAL LANDMARKS KALEAB Tadesse Sigatu, PhD Student at the Doctoral School of Military Sciences, NUPS, Hungary and Lecturer at the Department of Political Science and International Relations, Ambo University, Ethiopia
0706-02A HISTORY OF SOCIAL CHANGE AND CRIME OCCURANCE: PATTERNS AND TRENDS IN NORTH GONDAR, 1941-1991DEREJE Workayehu, Lecturer, Department of History and Heritage Management, University of Gondar, Ethiopia
0706-03IMPACT OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE ATTRIBUTES ON INFORMATION DISCLOSURE: EVIDENCE FROM ETHIOPIAN BANKING SECTORTESHOME Dula, Andhra University, India
K.Sambasiva RAO, Andhra University, India

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