Batseba Seifu

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Batseba holds a Masters of Public Administration from New York University and a BA in Law and Justice with short term trainings in International Humanitarian Law; Displacement, Conflict, and Protection; and Operational Research for Humanitarians. She has more than a decade of experience in public service from leading the Black Students Union at North Seattle College to designing and implementing e-learning programs for Peace and Security in Africa to her role as a Country Manager at an Irish social enterprise. Focused on the plight of Tigray, she's dedicated to advocacy, research, and policy influence, bridging the gap between awareness and action.

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Why Technocrats, Not Intellectuals, Should Lead: A Case for Practical Governance

In the intricate tapestry of political leadership, the dichotomy between intellectuals and technocrats has long been a subject of debate. While both groups bring...

The Lingering Threat of UXO and Land Mines: Congo and Tigray

Land mines remain a pervasive menace in conflict-affected regions, haunting communities long after the guns fall silent. This article delves into the challenges posed...

Interview with Salsay Weyane Political Party Foreign Affairs Department Head, Hailu Kebede.

Can you tell me about Salsay Weyane and your role in the party? I am a foreign affairs department head with Salsay Weyane and have...

Tigray’s Struggle for Peace and Justice in a Troubled Landscape

In a region perennially plagued by instability and conflict, the recent exchange between Sudan's Rapid Support Forces (RSF) and President Getachew Reda of the...

Breaking News: Civil Society Organizations Condemn UNOCHA’s Handling of Tigray Crisis

In a letter addressed to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA), a coalition of civil society organizations has expressed...

Targeted Violence of the Kunama in the Tigray Genocide

The genocidal war on Tigray has had a devastating impact on civilians, with reports of widespread international human rights and international humanitarian law violations....

The Fractured Reality After the Pretoria Peace Agreement

A Journey Betrayed The Pretoria Agreement, signed on November 2022, represented a milestone in the efforts to resolve the protracted conflict in Tigray. Crafted through...

Deconstructing Reductionism: A Critique of Agenagn Kebede’s “Ethiopianism in Flux”

The article "Ethiopianism in Flux: Unraveling the Struggle between Amhara Thesis and Anti-Amhara Antithesis" by Agenagn Kebede presents a highly contentious analysis of Ethiopian...

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