AAA Reports 

MID – Capstone Masters of International Development : IE School of Global and Public Affairs

9 August 2022

Ethnic Marginalization of Youth: Best Practices for an Inclusive Future

“They attacked us for the simple reason of being Amhara”

9 July 2022

Update on the July 4, 2022, Amhara Massacre in Lemlem Kebele, Hawa Gelana Woreda, Qelem Wollega Zone of Ethiopia’s Oromia Region by Oromo Liberation Army (OLA) militants

Update on Student Protests across Addis Ababa and Amhara Region against Amhara Genocide

8 July 2022

In June and July 2022, students, teachers and residents of towns across Addis Ababa and Amhara Region held peaceful anti-government demonstrations against the ongoing Amhara genocide after which security forces began killing, detaining and abusing protestors, primarily students and leaders and members of the Amhara Students Association (ASA)

“It Seems Like The Whole Population Is Killed”: Amhara Massacre in the Tole Kebele, West Wollega by OLF

2 July 2022

An Interim Report on the June 18th, 2022 Amhara Massacre in the Tole Kebele, Gimbi Woreda, West Wollega Zone of Ethiopia’s Oromia Region by Oromo Liberation Army (OLA) militants

Update on June 18th, 2022 Amhara Massacre in the Tole Kebele, Gimbi Woreda, West Wollega Zone of Ethiopia’s Oromia Region by Oromo Liberation Army (OLA) militants.

22 June 2022

The Amhara Association of America (AAA) has confirmed at least 503 Amhara civilians were killed and identified 282 by name. Other organizations are reporting causalities could be in the thousands.