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Researchers: Dr Adem Kassie Abebe

Dr Adem Kassie Abebe
LLB (Jimma, Ethiopia), LLM, LLD (UP)
Post-Doctoral Fellow; Extraordinary Lecturer, Centre for Human Rights
Office 3.1.1, Centre for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria
Tel: + 27 (12) 420 4306
Fax: +27 (0) 86 580 5743
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Research Interests
Constitutional Law and Judicial Review, African Human Rights Law, Human Rights Litigation and Public Interest Law, Minority Rights, Human rights enforcement mechanisms

Current Projects

  • Oxford Constitutions Online, Ethiopian Country reporter
  • African Human Rights Moot Court Competition
  • Glossary of violations of international human rights law and international human rights law
  • Model Access to Information Law for Africa

Editorial Positions

  • Student editor, African Human Rights Law Journal




  • ‘A constitution without a guardian: Is the Ethiopian Constitution really supreme?’ (2012) 5 Ethiopian Human Rights Law Series (forthcoming);
  • ‘The participation of amicus curiae before regional human rights bodies in Africa’ (2012) Journal of African Law (forthcoming) (with Frans Viljoen);
  • ‘Human rights developments in the African Union during 2010 and 2011’ (2012) 12 African Human Rights Law Journal 199 (with Magnus Killander);
  • ‘Litigating constitutional human rights in Ethiopia’ (2012) 4 Ethiopian Bar Review 49;
  • ‘Abdication of responsibility or justifiable fear of illegitimacy? The death penalty, gay rights, and the role of public opinion in judicial determinations in Africa’ (2012) 60 American Journal of Comparative Law 603;
  • 'Limitations to the rights of indigenous peoples in Africa: A model for balancing national interest in development with the rights of indigenous peoples?’ (2012) 20 African Journal of International and Comparative Law 407;
  • ‘Rule by law in Ethiopia: Rendering limits on government power nonsensical’ Working Paper, Centre of Governance and Human Rights, University of Cambridge, Research Group Seminar Series  1 (2012);
  • ‘From the ‘TPLF constitution’ to the ‘Constitution of the people of Ethiopia’: Constitutionalism and proposals for constitutional reform’ in Morris Mbondenyi and Steve Odero Constitutionalism, constitution making and constitutional reform in Africa: Contemporary perspectives from Sub-Saharan Africa (2012) (forthcoming);
  • ‘Ethiopia Country Report: Introductory notes’ in Constitutions of the Countries of the World (2012) Oxford University Press;


    • ‘Towards more liberal standing rules to enforce constitutional rights in Ethiopia’ 2010 (10)2 African Journal of Human Rights
    • ‘Limiting limitations of human rights under the Ethiopian Constitution’ (2011) 4 Ethiopian Constitutional Law Series, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia


    • The power of indigenous peoples to veto development activities: The right to free, prior and informed consent (FPIC) (2010)
    • ‘Human rights under the Ethiopian Constitution: An overview’ (2010) 3 (3) Journal of African and International Law 639


    • 'Is there a need for large scale public participation in the Kenyan Constitutional Review Process', Field Trip Report
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