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Interview with Aba Wolde Giorgis Abeje

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A joint online course on the effect of equipped contentions on the social property to guarantee the assurance of African shared legacies under worldwide law was held for the current week, worked with by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), the African Union (AU), and Addis Ababa University Institute for Peace and Security Studies (IPSS).

Amira El Fadil, Commissioner for Social Affairs of the African Union Commission, said that one of the significant difficulties of endeavors to secure African culture and legacy is the absence of familiarity with the should be important for the current worldwide and mainland shows. Aside from sanctioning those instruments, she added, African nations have not collaborated enough to support harmony, and without harmony, esteemed African social properties can’t be saved.

As indicated by Amira, the AU has arranged a model law to ensure social property and legacies now and again of war and outfitted clash. The model law goes about as a guide for part states to draft and amend their public enactments equipped towards ensuring and saving legacy, particularly social property. Yonas Adaye(Ph.D.), Director of IPSS at Addis Ababa University, said that despite the fact that clashes have been declining worldwide, intra-state struggle is filling in Africa and African’s themselves are the ones obliterating African legacies.

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