The College of Social Sciences and Humanities AMU is organizing its second national research symposium on “Indigenous Knowledge, Cultural Diversity and Heritage Management in Ethiopia’ on June 13th and June 14th at AMU main Campus. Many delegates from all around Ethiopia would be expected to take part in this symposium of two days.

This symposium would witness paper presentations on Documentation of Traditional Cross making in Aksum,  Digital documentation of Gumaa, workers marginalization in Dembecha Woreda, Multilingual education and threat to Quality English education among others.  More than 20 papers will be presented during the course of two days and several delegates representing different regions of Ethiopia are expected to take part in this symposium organized in collaboration with FDRE Ministry of Culture and Tourism.  For Further details, contact AMU’s Research Directorate Office – Tel 046-881043