The Curate Oromia editorial team aims to convey the truth to society. To this end, our publication is guided by the following principles.

Accuracy and Objectivity: We strive to report the facts accurately and objectively, without bias or prejudice. We will not publish incomplete information or create false perceptions.

Fairness and Respect: We respect everyone regardless of ethnicity, race, gender, socioeconomic status, or religious beliefs. We will not use terms such as “narrow nationalist,” “Banda,” “Shane,” “Junta,” “Jawsa,” or any other dehumanising phrases and words that Ethiopian politics has coined over the years, to describe individuals or groups whose stories we publish. Such expressions, we believe, hinder rather than facilitate communication and understanding.

Accountability and Transparency: We are committed to correcting any factual errors that appear in our publication. We also welcome feedback and suggestions from our readers. In the event that we publish false or incomplete information, we will give those who have been harmed the opportunity to respond and have the information corrected.

Core Value: Curate Oromia believes Ethiopia is a country of numerous nations, each with its own land, history, culture, and traditions. A state that reflects this diversity and respects the aspirations of its people has yet to be formed. Our publication thus fully supports the right of nations to self-determination, not only in Ethiopia but also throughout Africa and the World.