Don’t miss out on it.
Kitaaba Mahammad Siraaj Bishaan Gubate jedhuu Dilbata dhufu eebbifama
Irraa hin hafinaa.
The book of Mahammad Siraaj titled “Bishaan Gubate” will be inaugurated next Sunday”
Don’t miss out on it.
Author: Hawi Asfaw
Associate Human Rights Officer, Ethiopian Human Rights Commission
Recognition of legal capacity is inseparably linked with the enjoyment of rights in the health sector since it is a prerequisite for a person to fully control his or her health and to make a free and informed decision concerning sexual, reproductive, and mental health. Article 12 of the Convention on the Right of Persons with Disability (CRPD) to which Ethiopia is a party, provides that states should recognize the legal capacity of persons with disability and provide them with access to support in the exercise of their legal capacity which in no way amount to substitute decision making. Additionally, article 25(d) of the CRPD states that the right to health includes the right to health care on the bases of free and informed consent which presupposes the recognition and protection of legal capacity by the state for its…
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NOTES FROM 21st Century Information Retrieval & Dissemination Network
Today I have got an opportunity to come across & discuss with Yann, Co-President of Beyond The Capes Project about his project and my project as well as the way forward to working together in collaboration via promoting our projects to reach out to wider audiences in order to attract the attention of interested donors worldwide.
It is a question of collecting in an exhaustive way, the techniques of adaptation of the man to the environment. I will spend a lot of time in the company of remote tribes, the goal being to analyze their way of life, even survival in an austere environment, then, at the end of this journey, concatenate the information, to make a collection. This volume, this scientific approach will allow us to better understand human adaptation, lifestyles, sometimes primary, which are far from ours. This approach, I hope, will lead us to reflect on man’s ability to adapt to his changing natural environment, and on all these techniques that seem to us to be unsuited to our Western lifestyles.
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