CREW annual Call for Proposal is open and receiving applicants who want to advance and empower the women of Ethiopia.
Center for Rights of Ethiopia Women (CREW) is deeply concerned with the current state of affairs in Ethiopia. Since the government declared a state of emergency in October, thousands of men, women and particularly young people including journalists, opposition leaders and member were arrested by Ethiopian security forces. According to human rights organizations reports, the body that is authorized with the execution
CREW finds the October 8 declaration of the State of Emergency issued by the Ethiopian Government extremely worrisome. Restrictions on various human rights: including banning social media, broadcast media, peaceful protest and even gestures and others are imposed on the nation for the coming six months. At the beginning of the month, it was reported at least 150 people died during the “Irrecha”
Center for the Rights of Ethiopian Women (CREW) has been closely following the recent protests in Ethiopia where thousands of Ethiopians in the Amhara and Oromia regions as well as in the capital city, Addis Ababa, took to the streets demanding political reform, justice and the rule of law. In an unexceptional manner, the Ethiopian Government responded to these demands by heavy hand; killing