Eighteen years since the abandonment of the “ratified” constitution, and PFDJ triggered engagement in multiple border wars with Eritrea’s neighbours, the struggle by the Eritrean opposition parties against the authoritarian regime is yielding fruition evidenced by the palpable movement, and sizable mass convergence to Geneva
The United Nation High Commissioner for Refugees project team (Telling the Real Story) in close collaboration with Eritrean Diaspora in the UK would like to invite you to dialogue afternoon to discuss the Eritrean refugee situation and the role of Diaspora in irregular migration in Europe and in
In a matter of three days they have organised a massive demonstration, attracting unprecedented number of the youth. The youth have now got their voice back;
The time for change has come slowly but surely, and the tide is moving faster, once fear is BROKEN
The regime in Eritrea is not welcome here. Swedish Journalist Dawit Isaak has been imprisoned for over ten years without trial in Eritrea. We certainly do not rent out to someone who does not stand for democratic values, says the school's new headmaster, Sirpa Wahlberg
“We must be there because they are here.” David Matas, September 18, 2011.
On September 18th, 2011, a Seminar entitled ‘Enough 20 Years of Tyranny: A Seminar in Commemoration of political prisoners of Eritrea" was held at the Convocation Hall at the University of Winnipeg,
Eritrean youth condemn the dictatorship in Eritrea and call upon their peers inside and outside the country to join them in the fight for democracy, justice and rule of law. They speak from heart with a strong voice, and no number could suppress the power
Eritreans who are preparing to stage a grand demonstration tomorrow in New York to condemn the PFDJ regime and call the UN to press on its sanctions against the dictator have unleashed their initial strike by organising a powerful protest today 25th September, in front
September 21, 2011 - Eritrean Youth Solidarity for Change (EYSC), a world-wide network of pro-democracy Eritreans, today announced that it will join several advocacy groups to denounce Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki during his New York visit to attend the United Nations General Assembly. Plans are
August 20, 2011 – Eritrean Youth Solidarity for Change (EYSC), a world-wide network of pro-democracy Eritreans, today announced the launching of a month-long petition drive to release all of Eritrea’s prisoners of conscience.
First of all I would like to remind the readers I am a pro-democracy and human rights activist not a career politician, a member of EYGM UK and a passionate campaigner for justice and equality, who believes that the Eritrean people come before political parties or organisations, affiliations and ideologies.