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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

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

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Abstract IDTitleAuthors
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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