Ethiopian Yearbook of International Law: Towards Diversifying and Democratizing Voices in the Making and Development of International Law.

Zeray Yihdego, M. Desta, M. Belete

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Abstract

The Ethiopian Yearbook of International Law (EtYIL) is a young peer-reviewed academic journal whose inaugural issue—EtYIL 2016—was published only in 2017. At the time of writing, EtYIL 2019, the fourth issue in the annual series, is under publication. The idea of establishing an EtYIL came out of a perceived need for a dedicated platform for high quality debate and scholarship on international law issues of significance to Ethiopia, the Horn of Africa, and Africa more generally. Its future is full of excitement. The editors, with support and guidance from members of the Advisory Board and other scholars, aimed to use EtYIL as a platform for high quality research and scholarship on international law issues of particular interest to our geographical region of interest. The Yearbook has been received positively by the community of scholars and practitioners, giving us the confidence and the energy to continue to aim high and progressively establish EtYIL as the preferred outlet for researchers working on international law issues in the context of Ethiopia, the Horn of Africa, and Africa more broadly.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNetherlands Yearbook of International Law 2019
EditorsO Spijkers
PublisherT. M. C. Asser Press
Chapter11
Pages121-130
Number of pages9
ISBN (Electronic)978-94-6265-403-7
ISBN (Print)978-94-6265-402-0
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 3 Dec 2020

Publication series

NameNetherlands Yearbook of International Law
Volume50
ISSN (Print)0167-6768
ISSN (Electronic)1574-0951

Keywords

  • Ethiopia
  • yearbooks
  • international law
  • Africa

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