Eighteen years since the abandonment of the “ratified” constitution, and PFDJ triggered engagement in multiple border wars with Eritrea’s neighbours, the struggle by the Eritrean opposition parties against the authoritarian regime is yielding fruition evidenced by the palpable movement, and sizable mass convergence to Geneva
The United Nation High Commissioner for Refugees project team (Telling the Real Story) in close collaboration with Eritrean Diaspora in the UK would like to invite you to dialogue afternoon to discuss the Eritrean refugee situation and the role of Diaspora in irregular migration in Europe and in
Concerned Eritreans in Vancouver, Canada are planning to remember those brothers and sisters who died in the Mediterranean sea by holding a candle night on April 30, 2011 at 4 PM. Place, at hum park New Westminster. All Eritreans in Vancouver and surrounding area are invited to join the event.
People’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!
Seminar and Q & A session with Dr. Bereket HabteSalassie, William E. Leuchtenburg Professor of African and Afro-American Studies at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill speaking on, “What is in a Constitution?” on November 20, 2010 starting at 1PM. Dr. Bereket is a leading scholar in African law and government.