TorontoPeople’s Committee of the National Congress along with other concerned citizens and organizations in Toronto call for a Demonstration to all Eritreans who believe in Human Right, Justice and Democracy To come out and stand for our People!

The Washington branch of the Eritrean national Commission for Democratic change congratulates Eritrean Youth Global Movement – EYGM for its 2nd congress, held on March 11th, 2011 – Las Vegas, USA.

Members of the Eritrean National Commission for Democratic Change met on October 22, 2010 with US State Department officials at the State Department office in the Washington DC.  Commissioners Teklai Abraha and Kibrom Debru met with the officials to discuss the current developments in the Eritrean situation, specifically focusing on the recently concluded National Conference for Democratic Change. 

Michael Abraha

In a cold, dismal London weather on Saturday, an estimated 150 Eritreans came out to be part of a crucial debate at a civic conference organized in commemoration of the first anniversary of the creation of CDRiE, Citizens for Democratic Rights in Eritrea.

Michael Abraha

In a cold, dismal London weather on Saturday, an estimated 150 Eritreans came out to be part of a crucial debate at a civic conference organized in commemoration of the first anniversary of the creation of CDRiE, Citizens for Democratic Rights in Eritrea.

The Eritrean national team which has been taking part in the recent regional tournament for East and Central Africa, Cecafa, simply melted away in Nairobi, in its entirety, including its reserves, with the intention to seek asylum, according to sources from the Kenyan Capital, Nairobi.

The Eritrean national team which has been taking part in the recent regional tournament for East and Central Africa, Cecafa, simply melted away in Nairobi, in its entirety, including its reserves, with the intention to seek asylum, according to sources from the Kenyan Capital, Nairobi.

  By Fesseha Nair

The controversial Brussels Conference(BC)is now over. This conference was regarded as a success story by its organizers and participants while it was criticised by other who were left behind closed doors. Conferences are democratic instruments where people assemble and discuss issues of interest. The impact of the BC can not be estimated at this time but will be assessed later in the process of our struggle for democracy.

  By Fesseha Nair

The controversial Brussels Conference(BC)is now over. This conference was regarded as a success story by its organizers and participants while it was criticised by other who were left behind closed doors. Conferences are democratic instruments where people assemble and discuss issues of interest. The impact of the BC can not be estimated at this time but will be assessed later in the process of our struggle for democracy.

A seminar organised by the PFDJ’s European-Eritrean National Women’s
Union planned for September 27, 2008 at the London Irish centre has
been cancelled by administration of the centre as its mission has been
contradictory to the principles of the Irish Centre; which is promoting
peace and democracy.