Eritrea’s National Service; past promises and young peoples’ experiences. What next?
Gaim Kibreab, Professor of Refugee Studies at South Bank University, London, is the author of numerous publications on migration and refugees as well as Eritrea’s political history. “The Eritrean National Service: Servitude for "the
It is with a heavy heart that we would like to invite you for a Funeral Ceremony of our beloved daughters and sisters, Amal (Samya) Ahmedin, Amina Mahmud Idris and Amaya Tuccu Ahmedin, who are deceased at the tragic Grenfell Tower fire in London. We
To ALL Justice Seeking Eritreans Residing in the State of Indiana.
All justice seeking Eritreans above the age of 18 residing in the city of Indianapolis and its surroundings, including those who reside in other cities in the State of Indiana if any, are cordially invited
International Women’s Day, March 11, 2017
Women for Change in Eritrea
The Women of Houston, Texas
Proudly honors our 5th annual International Women’s Day event, on March 11, 2017, in Houston, Texas. Women for Change in Eritrea along with our sisters of Houston, Texas will host our annual Empowerment Workshop, where we will have an open discussion
Dr. Gebre Gebremariam will give a public seminar on: “The Peter Pan Syndrome in the Eritrean Politics: Dysfunctional Leadership and the Predicament of the Eritrean Nation State”
Venue: Hdri Jeganuna Official Room
Date: Saturday, 18 February 2017
Time: 8:00 p.m. (Berlin Time) or 2:00 p.m.
East African Cultural Festival celebrates the rich diversity of Santa Clara County
San Jose, CA, February 9, 2017:
In a celebration of its 9th anniversary, the Eritrean Community Center of Santa Clara County (ECC) is partnering with its sister organizations from the Sudanese, Ethiopian, Somali and
Boston- Eritrean-American Civic Association is
Commemorating the life and vision of
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Please Join us
DATE: Sunday January 15, 2017
TIME: 5:00 to 6:30 PM
LOCATION: EACA Center
590 Shawmut Ave. Boston, MA.
Mr. Michael Eyob
EACA Board Chairman
Ms. Diane Randolph:
Director, Community Building Unit - ORI
Please join us
Eritrean women in Israel traveled through the Sinai desert in Egypt in order to reach Israel. The journey was notoriously dangerous as many refugees were held hostage by human traffickers for extended periods of time until they were released in exchange of large sums of