Knowledge Sharing Forum Activities ESSSWA’s second round knowledge sharing forum is held by focusing on gender inequalities and the well-being of children.The forum was conducted on Friday 30 December 2016 starting from 8:30 a.m. at the Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology /EGST/. 41 participants (32 male and 9 female) from […]

Knowledge Sharing Forum Activities

Ethiopian Society of Sociologists, Social Workers and Anthropologists (ESSSWA) CALL FOR PAPER The thirteenth Annual Conference of the Ethiopian Society of Sociologists, Social Workers and Anthropologists (ESSSWA) is tentatively planned to be held on March 03 and 04, 2017. Recent annual conferences of ESSSWA have given adequate focus and coverage […]


ESSSWA’s South West Chapter in cooperation with Arbaminch University’s Sociology and Social Anthropology Department  has organized a one day symposium on child abuse issues                   (09 December 2016). Child neglect and trafficking being one of the rampant child abuse manifestations in the area, the symposium was attended by more than 120 […]

ESSSWA Event on Child Trafficking and Exploitive Child Labor in ...

On top of ESSSWA’s capacity building/training activities made over the previous year, it has currently trained 30 psychosocial professionals in mental health recovery approaches with ultimate aim of preventing child abuse in those families affected by mental health problem. The training was designed by the request of ESSSWA’s member, Maji […]

ESSSWA supported and facilitated first of its kind training on ...

Ethiopian Society of Sociologists, Social Workers and Anthropologists (ESSSWA) Proceedings On Twelfth Annual Conference With a theme: Attaining Sustainable Development Goals in GTP-II by Ensuring the Protection of Children from Abuse and the Social Benefits of Citizens 4-5 March 18, 2016 Desalegn Hotel; Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Background General context and […]

ESSSWA 2016 Annual Twelfth Conference proceedings

NEWS BRIEF: ESSSWA Signs new Project Agreement with Plan International, Ethiopia (PIE) The backdrop for ESSSWA to win PIE’s tender was the availability of experienced researchers within its membership base. The gap on the prevalence of forced early marriage was identified by our experienced researchers that despite recent and accelerating […]

ESSSWA wins new project

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