Eritreans in the UK have asserted their readiness to expose violations of human rights taking place in Eritrea, during public meetings organised by a consortium of Eritrean human rights organisations.
As part of its activities aimed at promoting a better understanding of the United a Nation's
The violent death an Eritrean asylum-seeker in eastern Germany and initial police denial of foul play has prompted opposition Greens politician Volker Beck to file a judicial obstruction charge against persons unknown.
The mayoress of Dresden, Helma Orosz, on Thursday urged the public not to jump
Open Public Meeting on current Eritrean issues.
The London Eritrean Discussion form have organised an open public meeting and all interested Eritreans are welcome
Date: Sunday 25th January 2015
Venue: Initiative for Change
24 Greencoat Place,
Victoria, London SW1P 1BE or 1RD
Time: 2 pm to 7 pm
Topic for Discussion:
The speakers and
The question that repeats in every discussion is always, why has it been taking us so long to get rid of the Tyrant in Eritrea?
First and formost I wish every Eritrean, a better year and healthier, and proper method of struggle so that we are
Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea
UN inquiry on human rights in Eritrea set to begin hearing testimonies in the United Kingdom
GENEVA (16 January 2014) – The United Nations Commission of Inquiry on human rights in Eritrea will visit the United Kingdom from 24 to
Kate Connollyin Dresden
The Guardian,Thursday 15 January 2015
It was 8pm on Monday when Khaled Idris Bahray told his seven flatmates he was popping out to buy some cigarettes from the Netto supermarket about 100 metres away from his flat in a prefab high-rise in the south
The Commission of Inquiry invites interested individuals, groups and organisations to submit information and/or documentation on alleged violations of human rights perpetrated in Eritrea since its independence. In order to meaningfully address all the issues shared with the Commission of Inquiry ahead of the submission
Eritrea has been one of a number of African nations to benefit from a recent mining boom, but with new economic horizons have come staggering levels of corruption. According to some reports, the Eritrean government has brought in revenues of over $1 billion through the
A new challenge for Eritreans in Diaspora. The mining drama
By Petros Tesfagiorgis
A Report published on November by Danish Immigrations services had recommended that Denmark no longer offer blanket asylum to Eritrean refugees on the grounds that human rights situation in Eritrea has improved. Furthermore