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It is with heavy and anguished hearts that we read this week’s report by the Special Rappoteur on the situation of human rights in Eritrea, Ms. Sheila B. Keetharuth (Mauritius) in which she placed before the international community the tears, the suffering and the heartfelt cries of despair of the Eritrean people,
OLOGNA 2015 - Focusing on replacing Dictatorship with democracy ! Empowering the opposition, being transparent and independent, connecting with resistance groups inside Eritrea, uniting organisations, the youth, and all Eritreans behind a political IDEA:
The UN Human Rights Council on Thursday decided to prolong an investigation into horrendous abuses in Eritrea, and widen it to include looking into suspected crimes against humanity. The 47-member rights body unanimously agreed to extend for another year the work of a special commission of inquiry on the human rights situation in the autocratic Horn of Africa state
On 26 June 2015, more than 5000 justice-seeking Eritreans (in very conservative estimates) flocked to Geneva from all over the world –– to demonstrate their unflinching support to the UN Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea (COIE). They congregated in huge numbers in front of the UN Offices in Geneva (Place des Nations).
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GENEVA — President Isaias Afwerki of Eritrea has imposed a reign of fear through systematic and extreme abuses of the population that may amount to crimes against humanity, a panel of United Nations investigators said on Monday.
A return agreement with Eritrea is impossible. There will be strong political opposition to a return agreement with Eritrea as long as no international independent human rights-protecting institution or organisation like the UN Special Rapporteur on Eritrea or the International Committee of Red Cross is allowed in to the country.
Based on the 483-page report of the UN Commission of Inquiry on human rights in Eritrea, the power 47-member UN Human Rights Council has made a long list of conclusions and recommendations directed to the Eritrean regime and the international community at large.
Through a mammoth demonstration scheduled for 26 June 2015 at UN Geneva, Eritreans who are opposed to the most repressive African regime in Asmara, are coming from all over Europe and other parts of the globe to call upon the UN Human Rights Council and the rest of the international community to address the ongoing human rights abuses in Eritrea before the worst befalls the country, the Horn of Africa region and much beyond that region.
Addis Ababa (AFP) - Eritrea's president lashed out at foreign powers, including the US, during recent independence day celebrations, according to a transcript released Thursday by the country's mission to the African Union.
The North America Support Group (NASG), that was established under the mandate of the ENCDC Preparatory Committee (PC) on May 01, 2015, has been conducting several meeting of its members, and is now making the necessary final arrangements to reach out to all Eritreans in North America.
This letter is addressed to you by a huge crowd of justice-seeking Eritrean exiles, who are congregating in Geneva on the 26th of June 2015, for a mass demonstration that coveys our unflinching support to the just released report of the UN-mandated Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea (COIE).
All Eritrean political forces and civic organizations claim that they are struggling to bring down the dictatorship and to replace it by a democratic alternative. What do these tasks demand? Are we ready to fill the gap in case the regime collapses all of a sudden?
University of Skövde - You Create Reality The 15th of June 2015 Desalegn Abraha Gebrekidan, Associate Professor (Docent) in Business Administration at the University of Skövde, has received the BEST PAPER AWARD In Recognition of High Scholarly Quality on the Paper on Cross-cultural Strategic Alliances: Learnings from Swedish Firms in Eastern and Central Europe in the 23rd World Business Congress which was organized by the International Management Development Association (IMDA) in Ankara, Turkey.
The German Minister for Economic Development and Cooperation, Dr. Gerd Mueller, is planned to visit Eritrea soon leading a Federal German delegation intending to talk to authorities in Asmara. The minister was already warned by a joint statement of German parties in the Bundestag (Federal German Parliament) that he should “not come back with a report based on bogus promises and statements made by some representatives of Eritrean tyrant”.
We, presenters of this modest appeal to your esteemed office, are an Eritrean political party in exile that struggles for democratic change and a Germany-based and registered non-profit charity advocating for human rights and soliciting tangible support for Eritreanrefugees everywhere, in particular those in Europe and the Horn of Africa region.
Today, May 2015 we were supposed to celebrate24 years of Independence from Foreign Occupation, but the president changed Eritrea into a prison and brought a totally unexpected human slavery and desperation,especially to the Youth. Unlimited military services without payment.
UN officials and human rights organisations are increasingly concerned at what they believe are secret deals being drawn up between Eritrea and European Union nations, which may involve the regime being given money or having sanctions lifted in return for imposing tougher border controls.
PARIS — Thousands of Eritreans flee their homeland each month, many arriving in Europe to an uncertain welcome, with hundreds dying in the process. Biniam Simon, a 43-year-old journalist in exile, has a message for Eritreans back home who are considering the journey.
Literally speaking, celebration of An Independence Day means honoring the birthday of a country, whicha has a written national constitution that provides the legal framework of a representative government.
Torch: Victims have their hands, and sometimes legs, tied or handcuffed together, with a stick under their knees. They are hung upside down and beaten, especially on the soles of their feet. © 2015 Eritrean torture survivor
Eritrean Unity for Justice Stockholm branch founded on the initiative of Dr. Tewolde Tesfamariam (Wedi Vaccaro) is preparing for annual meeting. The association is a mass movement which is open for everyone. Management report and association plan for coming years will be presented by the current Board. Democratic change will not come by itself! Show your participation. Get organized! Share your opinion. Make a difference! Eritrean Unity for Justice has laid a foundation for all Eritreans, no matter political view, region, religion, gender affiliation to come together in an important issues of national interest. The meeting will be held
Date: 16 of May 2015
Place: Kista folketshus, Norgesalen Stockholm