A couple of weeks ago, we had announced that an Eritrean peace movement was launched at a conference held in London in mid-December 2009. It was also announced that an enlarged follow-up conference will take place in May 2010. The aim of the forthcoming conference is to ratify and launch the draft peace charter, as well as to adopt an action plan.

A couple of weeks ago, we had announced that an Eritrean peace movement was launched at a conference held in London in mid-December 2009. It was also announced that an enlarged follow-up conference will take place in May 2010. The aim of the forthcoming conference is to ratify and launch the draft peace charter, as well as to adopt an action plan.

Reporters Without Borders wrote today, the third anniversary of Eritrean journalist Fessehaye “Joshua” Yohannes’ death in detention, to Manfred Nowak, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on torture and  other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, asking him to do everything possible to obtain an improvement in the conditions of journalists imprisoned in Eritrea.

Reporters Without Borders wrote today, the third anniversary of Eritrean journalist Fessehaye “Joshua” Yohannes’ death in detention, to Manfred Nowak, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on torture and  other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, asking him to do everything possible to obtain an improvement in the conditions of journalists imprisoned in Eritrea.

1.       What is this mass mobilization event about? 

This mass mobilization event aims at creating a unique experience and a culture of political activism by bringing together Eritrean families, friends & friends of Eritrea irrespective of their political ideology in order to bring change in Eritrea.

1.       What is this mass mobilization event about? 

This mass mobilization event aims at creating a unique experience and a culture of political activism by bringing together Eritrean families, friends & friends of Eritrea irrespective of their political ideology in order to bring change in Eritrea.

reportersReporters Without Borders has written to the 27 European Union
ministers responsible for asylum policy ahead of this week’s “Building
a Europe of Asylum” ministerial conference in Paris, asking them to do
more to protect the dozens of journalists and free speech activists who
are forced into exile each year to escape reprisals by governments or
non-state groups.

reportersReporters Without Borders has written to the 27 European Union
ministers responsible for asylum policy ahead of this week’s “Building
a Europe of Asylum” ministerial conference in Paris, asking them to do
more to protect the dozens of journalists and free speech activists who
are forced into exile each year to escape reprisals by governments or
non-state groups.