Ethiopia is certainly leading the way in terms of gender parity and inclusivity. The dust has hardly settled since the recent appointment of a new Cabinet that is half female and the first female president, writes This is Africa.
Govt Appoints Meaza Ashenafi As First Woman Federal Supreme Court President
This is Africa, 1 November 2018
Ethiopia is certainly leading the way in terms of gender parity and inclusivity. The dust has hardly settled since the recent appointment of a new Cabinet that is half female and… Read more »
Meaza Ashenafi named Ethiopia’s first woman Supreme Court President.
Women in Positions of Power Could Mark a Turning Point for Ethiopia's Girls
The Conversation Africa, 30 October 2018
Within the last month Ethiopia has downsized its cabinet, named women to half the positions and, for the first time, appointed a woman as president. Read more »
As we welcome Ethiopia's first female President Sahle Zewde we must also remember her historical predecessor. Empress Zewditu was the first female head of an internationally ... Read more »
Ethiopia's President Mulatu Teshome has resigned - and the Addis Standard reports on Twitter that Sahle-Work Zewde, the United Nations Special Representative to the African Union ... Read more »
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has reduced the size of his Cabinet from 28 to 20 positions, half of whom are women. These include the ministers of trade & industry, revenue and defense ... Read more »
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