Michael Abraha (London)
One of the most important outcomes of the January 9 London conference of Citizens for Democratic Rights in Eritrea, CDRiE, has been the heightened readiness to tackle the unfolding Eritrean refugee catastrophe. CDRiE rose to the challenge and decided to form a new Eritrean relief and recovery agency. It is hoped that the proposed agency will adopt effective methods in securing donations of such items as food, clothing and medicines to be delivered without delay to refugees stranded in Eritrea’s neighboring countries. 

Michael Abraha (London)
One of the most important outcomes of the January 9 London conference of Citizens for Democratic Rights in Eritrea, CDRiE, has been the heightened readiness to tackle the unfolding Eritrean refugee catastrophe. CDRiE rose to the challenge and decided to form a new Eritrean relief and recovery agency. It is hoped that the proposed agency will adopt effective methods in securing donations of such items as food, clothing and medicines to be delivered without delay to refugees stranded in Eritrea’s neighboring countries. 

Michael Abraha

In a cold, dismal London weather on Saturday, an estimated 150 Eritreans came out to be part of a crucial debate at a civic conference organized in commemoration of the first anniversary of the creation of CDRiE, Citizens for Democratic Rights in Eritrea.

Michael Abraha

In a cold, dismal London weather on Saturday, an estimated 150 Eritreans came out to be part of a crucial debate at a civic conference organized in commemoration of the first anniversary of the creation of CDRiE, Citizens for Democratic Rights in Eritrea.

CidriThe 30 years war of Eritrean independence was meant to be a war to end all wars. Unfortunately this is not to be so.   Today Eritrea is back at war this time with itself.  It is a war between those who seek the implementation of the constitution, the rule of law and respect of human rights and those who deny these rights. It is also a war of ideas. In short it is a war between the ideology of repression and the ideology of liberation.

CidriThe 30 years war of Eritrean independence was meant to be a war to end all wars. Unfortunately this is not to be so.   Today Eritrea is back at war this time with itself.  It is a war between those who seek the implementation of the constitution, the rule of law and respect of human rights and those who deny these rights. It is also a war of ideas. In short it is a war between the ideology of repression and the ideology of liberation.