Human Rights Violations in Ethiopia

The Advocates for Human Rights is deeply concerned about continuing human rights violations in Ethiopia. The Advocates has raised concerns related to the treatment of Oromos in Ethiopia at several United Nations human rights bodies. We have also brought the current situation to the attention of the African Commission on Human & Peoples’ Rights.

Download The Advocates' submissions here.

Take action today to support respect for human rights in Ethiopia.

In the United States
Let your members of Congress know your concerns. Find your representative and senators. Contact the White House.

At the United Nations
Send information directly to one or more of the United Nations Special Procedures mandate holders. For general Information about Using UN Special Procedures, consult the requirements established by each mandate for the submission of allegations. Information can be submitted by e-mail to urgent-action@ohchr.org, or by postal mail to:

OHCHR-UNOG
8-14 Avenue de la Paix
1211 Geneva 10
Switzerland

Mandate holders include:

UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression
Email: freedex@ohchr.org  
Directions for submitting information

UN Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions
Email: eje@ohchr.org
Directions for submitting information

UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention
Email: wgad@ohchr.org
Directions for submitting information

UN Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and association
Email: freeassembly@ohchr.org

UN Independent Expert on Minority Issues
Email: minorityissues@ohchr.org

At the African Commission on Human & Peoples’ Rights

Lawrence Murugu Mute, ACHPR Commissioner for Ethiopia
Email: Au-banjul@africa-union.org

Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression and Access to Information
Use form on website: achpr.org/about

Working Group on Death Penalty and Extra-Judicial, Summary or Abitrary Killings in Africa
Use form on website: hachpr.org/about