On 26 June 2015, more than 5000 justice-seeking Eritreans (in very conservative estimates) flocked to Geneva from all over the world –– to demonstrate their unflinching support to the UN Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea (COIE). They congregated in huge numbers
Fetsum Abraham: What a legacy and what may our future be
We suffered tremendously for the last 55 years from the long fight for independence and the surprising home breaded absolute dictatorship. The world’s perception of our people’s determination for independence was challenged by the dictatorship
Officials make it difficult for them to obtain legal status, which affects their chances of work.
Jimmy left home for South Africa a decade ago because of the fear and abuse he suffered in Eritrea’s compulsory national service. He is part of a generation that has
Trio was threatened after commission started hearing testimony on Eritrea's human rights record in Switzerland.
Switzerland has given police protection to three UN investigators into Eritrea's human rights record after a top official said they had received threats on the streets of Geneva and at their
I feel like there are five important realities in the current Eritrean dynamics: the average Eritreans in the resistance, the political parties (EDA), the intellectuals and Civic Organization leaders, the international community and the regime.
You know that most of our people are not educated by