|Juridical relevant texts related to the conflict (laws, legislations, EIAs, etc)|
Mass Media and Freedom of Information Proclamation
Ethiopian Environmental Impact Assessment Proclamation #299/2002
Charities and Societies Proclamation
|References to published books, academic articles, movies or published documentaries|
 Human Rights Watch (2012). What will happen if hunger comes: Abuses against the Indigenous Peoples of Ethiopias Lower Omo Valley. Available at: Accessed 4 November 2012.
 Oakland Institute (2011). Understanding land investment deals in Africa. Available at: Accessed 4 November 2012.
 DFID/USAID (2012). Report of joint DFID/USAID field visit: South Omo. Available at: Accessed 1 January 2013.
|Links to general newspaper articles, blogs or other websites|
Survival International (2012). Hunger: Ethiopias new weapon to force tribes off their land. Available at: Accessed 4 November 2012.
Kelly, Annie and Ford, Liz (2012). DfID under fire for poor response to human rights concerns in Ethiopia. Available at: Accessed 1 January 2013.
Survival International (2012). Revealed: how Ethiopias plantations are killing vital waterway. Available at: Accessed 1 January 2013.
|Related media links to videos, campaigns, social network|
Human Rights Watch (2012). Ethiopia: Indigenous People Forced From Land. Video available at: Accessed 4 November 2012.
Human Rights Watch (2012). South Omo: Pastoralists forced from their land. Multimedia slideshow available at: Accessed 4 November 2012.
|Other comments:||Total Investment: $640-million from Exim Bank for sugar sector|
Legislation like the Charities and Societies Proclamation, Mass Media and Freedom of Information Proclamation and Anti-Terrorism Proclamation make it difficult for communities to organise and to assess the level of local organisation taking place. Human Rights Watch reports that under the Charities and Societies Proclamation, 41 NGOs operating in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region had their licenses revoked for carrying out campaigning activities. International organisations and institutions like Human Rights Watch, Survival International and the Oakland Institute have, however, conducted research and organised letter writing campaigns and petitions on the issue.