Semahagn Abebe

Human Rights Institute, University of Connecticut

Visiting Assistant Professor

Storrs, CT 06269-1063

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (6)

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From Justiciability to Justice: Realizing the Human Right to Food

JSDLP Online, Volume 11:1 (2015)
Number of pages: 38 Posted: 18 Sep 2015
Nandini Ramanujam, Nicholas Caivano and Semahagn Abebe
Rule of Law and Economic Development Research Group, McGill University - Rule of Law and Economic Development Research Group and Human Rights Institute, University of Connecticut
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human rights, international law, development, food security, rule of law

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The Need to Alleviate the Human Rights Implications of Large-Scale Land Acquisitions in Sub-Saharan Africa

Goettingen Journal of International Law 4 (2012) 3, 873-890
Number of pages: 18 Posted: 12 Oct 2015
Semahagn Abebe
Human Rights Institute, University of Connecticut
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human rights, land-grabbing, sub-saharan Africa, Ethiopia

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The Relevance of African Culture in Building Modern Institutions and the Quest for Legal Pluralism

Number of pages: 18 Posted: 12 Oct 2015
Semahagn Abebe
Human Rights Institute, University of Connecticut
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The Implications of Anti-Terrorism Legislations on Protection of Human Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa

ASA 2015 Annual Meeting Paper
Posted: 23 Mar 2015
Semahagn Abebe
Human Rights Institute, University of Connecticut

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A Developmental State Model in Ethiopia: A Path to Economic Prosperity or an Instrument of Political Repression?

ASA 2015 Annual Meeting Paper
Posted: 23 Mar 2015
Semahagn Abebe
Human Rights Institute, University of Connecticut

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The Challenges of Achieving Rights Based Approach to Food Security in Ethiopia

ASA 2015 Annual Meeting Paper
Posted: 23 Mar 2015
Semahagn Abebe
Human Rights Institute, University of Connecticut

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