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
By Petros Tesfaghiorighis
The agenda which is spearheaded by Ruby Sandhu and Nevsun mining company officials in Bisha Eritrea who came all the way from Canada to the United Kingdom - is to advocate that there is no human rights violations in Eritrea.
The meetings was cancelled
9th June 2015
The Network of Eritrean Women (NEW) participated in a seminar held at the House of Commons at Westminster (UK parliament) on 09 June 2015. The Seminar was hosted by Baroness Jenny Jones of Moulescoomb (Green Party) who made an introductory speech. The seminar
Eritrean refugees assembled in Liverpool from all over the UK held a successful demonstration against the new guidance report published by the UK Home Office to deny them their asylum rights claiming that Eritrean refugees do not have any problem in their country and would
The Sudanese president, Omar al-Bashir, has flown home, leaving South Africa in defiance of a court order that he must remain to face an international arrest warrant.
His abrupt departure early on Monday came amid urgent calls from the UN general secretary, Ban Ki-moon, the EU
A South African court has issued an interim order stopping Sudan's leader Omar al-Bashir, who faces war crimes charges, from leaving the country.
The Pretoria High Court says Mr Bashir must stay until it rules on Monday on whether he should be handed over to the