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The second session of the dialogue series on urban public services was held in Hawassa
December 10, 2012
Urban public services in Hawassa

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FSS Launches a new Public Dialogue Series on the Delivery of Urban Public Services
November 21, 2012
Forum for Social Studies in collaboration with the British Embassy launched a new public dialogue series on urban public service delivery.

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The third Session of Youth and Development Dialogue Series deliberated on Youth Employment/Unemployment issues
November 19, 2012
The third workshop in Youth and Development Public Dialogue Series was held on Friday, November 9, 2012 at the Ghion Hotel and dealt with ‘Youth Employment and Unemployment Issues.’

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FSS Organizes Workshop on Food Security, Safety Nets& Social Protection
October 24, 2012
FSS Organizes Workshop on Food Security, Safety Nets& Social Protection
(ADDIS ABABA-FSS)- Forum for Social Studies, the leading policy think tank group in Ethiopia last week organized a workshop under the theme of Food Security, Safety Nets and Social Protection.

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The Second Session of the Youth and Development Public Dialogue Forum
September 26, 2012
FSS has conducted its second session of a public dialogue forum under the theme of Youth and Development on Friday, September 21, 2012 at Semien Hotel. The topic of the day was “Youth, Sport and Development” and a research paper was presented by Ato Genene Mekuria, a sport journalist, to initiate discussion on the topic. In his presentation, Ato Genene outlined the role of sport in enhancing and promoting friendship, peace and good health. He narrated the history of modern sport in Ethiopia and the role Ethiopia played at the international level, particularly in the fight against racism and apartheid. He discussed the role of the youth in this struggle and promoting unity and fraternity among people irrespective of race, colour, age and gender.

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