What is there to hide in the Omo Valley?

Re:Common & ASO | 23 November 2016

A travel story, forcibly “crippled”. Analysis and unorthodox explanation of the “Italian system”, based on the synergy between public and private, from the role that our cooperation plays in contexts such as Ethiopia. And a complaint of increased repression carried out by the Addis Ababa government against any form of dissent, but also the impact of its development policies, which are interwoven with pharaonic infrastructure projects often marked by strong Italian interests. As in the case of dams in the Omo Valley, a place where we were prevented to go. This and even more is “What is there to hide in the Omo Valley”….http://www.farmlandgrab.org/post/view/26737-what-is-there-to-hide-in-the-omo-valley

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