Ethiopian Institute for Nonviolence Education and Peace Studies

Research Fellows

Research Fellows (3)

Research Fellows benefit from mentoring opportunities with leading senior researchers in their areas of studies, while mentoring interns in their respective fields. EINEPS fellows engage not only their academic seniors and peers, but also a range of other players, including civic and community organization leaders, advocates, policymakers, and individuals from the private sector.

Aklilu Abraham Adeye

Written by Monday, 14 May 2012 02:31

AkliluAklilu Abraham Adeye attended Northwestern University and studied political science with emphasis on comparative politics. His research project focuses on a comparative analysis of problems of state making, ethnic federalism, democratization and institutional reforms in Ethiopia. He was a Lecturer of political science at Addis Ababa University until he moved to the US in 2001. He is currently a program director at the Ethiopian Community Association of Chicago.

Panayoti Telahun

Written by Monday, 14 May 2012 02:30

YotiPanayoti Telahun (BA Cumberland College, MA California State University Long Beach, MS Alliant International University, Doctoral Candidate Alliant International University) is an adjunct faculty of psychology at Cascadia and Edmonds Community Colleges, and an independent Organizational Development consultant in the areas of project management, and Organizational Change and Transition Management.


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Sza Sza Zelleke

Written by Thursday, 09 August 2012 00:27

defaultPhotoSza Sza Zelleke is Company Director of a PVO dedicated to providing information and research support to organizations focusing on issues that affect Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities as well organizations working with Refugee and Asylum Seekers in the United Kingdom.  Prior to this, Ms. Zelleke has worked as an Information Officer, Head of Documentation Unit, Research/ Reports Officer for the United Nations working in high-risk, conflict and post conflict areas on emergency projects for displaced and vulnerable people in Somalia, Kenya, Southern Sudan, and Ethiopia. 

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Tel: +(323) 732-6685, Mail: info@eineps.org
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Tel: +(251) 4312820, Mail: info@eineps.org
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EINEPS - Europe HQ, London , UK

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