Open Letter to Oppressed Ethiopians

The only thing I have to tell you now is that, no threats, no amount of terror and killings justify the support our western governments give to those you rightfully call “bandas” and thugs. They prosper on international aid when oppressing their people.


The Implications of the Current Upheaval in Ethiopia

August 12, 2016 Editorial Long-drawn Civil War and Massive Exodus of Refugees Massive refugee exodus from Ethiopia is imminent. The recent protests that rocked Ethiopia, from North to South, including the Capital, spear-headed by the Oromo people and followed  by the Amhara is reflecting the festering rebellion all over Ethiopia. […]


UNPO Welcomes New Member, District of Columbia

UNPO presidency Accepts Washington DC membership at Palace of Justice in Brussels. Washington DC is requesting the right of self-determination from USA Congress for statehood. The USA government does not detain or shoot Washington DC State campaigners like governments other UNPO members are complaining about, however a right denied is in Washington DC is as painful as a right denied to other disenfranchised members of UNPO.


UNPO Welcomes the Founding of Peoples Alliance for Freedom and Democracy

Through diplomatic, advocacy and awareness campaigns, the PAFD will foster favourable conditions for achieving a peaceful and orderly transfer of power to the peoples by engaging representatives of all the different nationalities and other stakeholders committed to genuine democracy.


Senator Paul Strauss Applies for Washington DC Admission to UNPO

Taxation without representation in Washington DC is no longer a concern only for Washington DC residents. Forty-four other nations are also adopting that battle cry!, standing by their new found cause-mates in America.


Thousands of Somalis detained in Ethiopia and Ogaden on the pretext of Security for Obama’s visit

Saturday, July 11, 2015 Reporters in Ogaden and Addis Ababa have reported that the Ethiopian security in Addis Ababa and other towns in Ethiopia are rounding thousands of Somalis regardless of being from Ogaden, Djibouti or Somalia and are detaining them, claiming that all Somalis are a threat to the […]


XII UNPO General Assembly – General Resolution

XII Session of the UNPO General Assembly General Resolution On the occasion of the XII Session of the UNPO General Assembly, the following general resolution was adopted on 4 July 20l5 in Brussels, Belgium: Preamble Expressing its solidarity with UNPO Members and other victims of oppression, violence and discrimination who […]


XI UNPO GA Adopts General Resolution and Elects New Presidency

July 8, 2015 On 4 July 2015, UNPO Members gathered at the Flemish Parliament in Brussels for the final day of the Organization’s XII General Assembly. The agenda consisted of a debate and adoption of a General Resolution aimed at guiding the work of UNPO until the next General Assembly, […]


A Great Day for the Somali Nation: The Birth and Union of Somalis

Ogaden Peoples Rights Organisation By Sa’id Wacays Today is the day a united Somali State was proclaimed that changed the course of history for all Somalis. The Birth of the Somali republic was a momentous event for all Somalis, specially those who were lift behind under colonialism. It meant that […]


In Pursuit of the Right to Self-Determination: UNPO Members’ Struggles Highlighted in The Economist

June 22, 2015 By UNPO An article published in this week’s [week of 22 June 2015] The Economist draws attention to the fundamental question facing many minorities across the world, including UNPO Members: why some peoples continue to be denied even their very basic human rights, whereas others eventually achieve statehood. UNPO, […]



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