THIS A DAY, THAT WE FINALLY BUT OUR FEARS TO REST, OUR FEARS DIRECTED AT EACH OTHER, NO LONGER EXIST. We will celebrate our individual identities, as a collective whole. WE MUST SHOW, THAT WE WANT AND ARE WILLING TO BUILD THE BRIDGES ACROSS THE GAPS THAT SEPARATE US.
The ARAF Conference will give students the opportunity to explore topics like faith and belief, hate crime, and xenophobia, while also offering students the space to plan actions on a local and national scale.
Research on the Ethiopian developmental state has commonly focused on the state as the primary subject of analysis. Yet, works on the classical cases of East Asian developmental states have long drawn attention to the importance of the relationship between state and society to understand the phenomenon at hand