L’Éthiopie des Congolais, Burundais et Rwandais réfugiés

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Ethiopia as a land of asylum is still little known. Welcoming in 2014 about 400,000 people with refugee status, it represents one of the largest countries of asylum in the Horn of Africa. Among this population, is a tiny minority of Congolese, Burundians and Rwandese. In this article, I wish to analyze, through an anthropological approach, their integration in the host country. The relationship that this refugee population has with the Ethiopian space, with Ethiopia as a political and legal structure, and finally, with the Ethiopians will be questioned. It appears that the political and social relationships between Congolese, Burundians and Rwandans with Ethiopia are characterized by a kind of “mutual disinterest”. In conclusion, the “Ethiopia of the Congolese, Burundian and Rwandan refugees” will emerge, largely based on the sharing of a common origin (Great Lakes) and a common status (the refugee status).

African Diaspora

A Journal of Transnational Africa in a Global World

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Au début de l’année 2011, à cause d’une inflation galopante, le gouvernement éthiopien a toutefois tenté d’imposer un plafond à ne pas dépasser ainsi que l’affichage des prix concernant quelques denrées alimentaires tels que la viande, le sucre ou l’huile. Ces mesures ont été appliquées un temps puis abandonnées. En 2012, le gouvernement tentait toujours de trouver un moyen pour régulariser et uniformiser les prix.

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