Journal of Political Science and Development
International Journal of Political Science and Development
Vol. 5(7), pp. 230–235, November, 2017.
Educating for Democracy and Social Justice to Further Ethiopia’s 2025 Vision
Yimer Ali and Sebsib Hadis
Department of Civic & Ethical Studies, Collage of Social Sciences, Wollo University, Ethiopia
Accepted 22 November 2017
The paper used Ethiopia’s 2025 Vision to frame a transformative theoretical framework in and around which critical discourses about Educational strategy can be articulated to develop and implement Democracy, social justice, educational access and strategies that empower citizens to take charge of their individual and collective destiny to work together with industriousness in pursuit of the national vision of development with equity and prosperity. To this end, by way of comprehensive desk review or critical document analysis, the paper attempted to point out the issues, constraints and recommendations on educating democracy and social justice in Ethiopia. To envision democracy in a broad context requires a population that envisions democracy in thicker form .The paper pointed out that the best way to broadly embed a normative shift in a population is through education. Though to install democracy and justice by education specifically needed to awaking the students and scholars to work together to change the existing attitude of injustices and undemocratization happening at all levels in the country.
Keywords: Education, Democracy, Social Justice, Development, Middle Income
Cite This Article As: Ali Y, Hadis S (2017). Educating for Democracy and Social Justice to Further Ethiopia’s 2025 Vision. Int. J. Polit. Sci. Develop. 5(7) 230-235