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Nader Andrawos discusses the emergence of the Egyptian human rights lawyering movement and the use of strategic litigation as a tool of human rights advocacy in Egypt.
Muslim communities, among others, have shared stories of religious environments and animals that were inherited, transmitted, and reinterpreted. Teren Sevea will discuss the question, “Can listening to these stories compel us to re-evaluate our academic approaches to religion and environments."
This book, proposing “an analysis from below,” reverses the the dominant narrative on authoritarianism under the EPRDF regime in Ethiopia, to show that civil society actors were in fact more active participants than suggested by the state-centric view.