'Women Shouldn't Be Silent Victims' - Ethiopia's Chief Justice
African Arguments caught up with the country first ever woman to be appointed President of Ethiopia's Supreme Court, Meaza Ashenafi, to hear about her first five months in office.
African Arguments, 9 April 2019
Meaza Ashenafi was appointed President of Ethiopia's Supreme Court in November 2018. How is she faring? Read more »
Meaza Ashenafi was appointed President of Ethiopia's Supreme Court in November 2018.
Ethiopia: Establishing Confidence in the Judiciary
Addis Standard, 7 November 2018
The wave of reforms that has dazzled Ethiopia, and the world, has reached the shores of the judicial sector, with the appointment of Meaza Ashenafi as the first ever woman… Read more »
Addis Fortune, 10 November 2018
The United States mid-term elections saw the greatest proportion of women become legislators in the nation's history. This is in keeping with a growing trend around the world,… Read more »
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 »