Title Ethiopia: 1. Please provide information concerning the treatment of Kinijit Party members and activists. Are supporters in general (rather than members) of interest to the government? 2. What is the general position of Amara people in Ethiopia currently? 3. Are single women able to live independently or without family support and obtain employment in Ethiopia? 4. What information is available concerning the trafficking of women in Ethiopia? 5. Do women who have previously been trafficked face an increased risk of being found and re-trafficked?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 8 February 2008
Country Ethiopia
Topics Trafficking in persons | Women's rights
Citation / Document Symbol ETH32850
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Ethiopia: 1. Please provide information concerning the treatment of Kinijit Party members and activists. Are supporters in general (rather than members) of interest to the government? 2. What is the general position of Amara people in Ethiopia currently? 3. Are single women able to live independently or without family support and obtain employment in Ethiopia? 4. What information is available concerning the trafficking of women in Ethiopia? 5. Do women who have previously been trafficked face an increased risk of being found and re-trafficked?, 8 February 2008, ETH32850, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4f3f8b7a2.html [accessed 26 July 2014]
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