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02/09/2015 - 21:53
Social Accountability Training at Jimma University

The Ethiopia Social Accountability Programme (ESAP2) in partnership with Jimma University College of Law and Governance organized a capacity development training programme at Jimma University February 05-07, 2015.  The ESAP2 selected Jimma University from the country’s universities because the University’s Community Based Education philosophy is demonstrating social accountability by initiating or participating in training, research and services at local, national and international levels.  

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12/24/2014 - 22:56
Jimma University Offered Capacity Building Training to the Staffs of Ethiopian Human Right Commission, Jimma Branch.

Jimma University in collaboration with Ethiopian Human Right commission, Jimma branch, organized and provided a three –day capacity building training to the staffs of the branch office from 29-31 may, 2013 at Jimma University.The major topics of the training were Public Procurement Management, Record Management and Property Administration.

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08/01/2014 - 08:01
Ethiopian Nations, Nationalities and People’s Day at JU

Jimma University celebrated the 8thEthiopian Nations, Nationalities and People’s day on December 06, 2013 in its main Campus. Students, higher officials and other staffs of the university were part of the gathering held in the Mini-Stadium being orchestrated by the student union and office of External Relations and Communications of the JU.

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Background

The College of Law and Governance (CLG) is one of the nine colleges of Jimma University. Located at the main campus, the College at the moment brings together School of Law and Department of Governance and Development Studies. The college has a strong presence in the community among others via the Free Legal Aid center of the School of Law. It offers both undergraduate and post graduate trainings and is strongly working in diversifying trainings both in undergradaute and graduate programs.