Serious concerns about the deteriorating health & welfare of the 5 Eritrean refugees detained in Cairo - Call for Action
Serious concerns have been raised about the health & welfare of five Eritrean refugees detained in Cairo by Egyptian authorities since July 21, 2019.
On July 21,
The need for the “enough is enough movement” to play a leading role in the advocacy campaign.
By Petros Tesfagiorgis
On 29 July The Catholic Herald reported, “Following what has been described as ‘the worst Mediterranean tragedy’ this year, Pope Francis appeals to the international community to ensure the
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ጭካኔ ህግደፍ ዝፈጠሮ ራዕዲ ክውገድ ከይሰልከኻ ምጽዓር
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DICTATORS AND THEIR FOLLOWERS: A THEORY OF DICTATORSHIP
By Dr. Gustav Bychowski – University of Warsaw
“There exists a particular interrelationship between the dictator and his subjugated collectivity. The latter submits to
To: His Excellency Mr. Sameh Hassan Shoukry
Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Arab Republic of Egypt, Cairo.
His Excellency Mr. Filippo Grandi
United Nations Higher Commissioner of Refugees
Re: An appeal on behalf of some Eritrean refugees arrested in Cairo on July 21,
The Transitional Coordinating Leadership (TCL) would like to inform the Eritrean Public that the founding congress of the new broad-based national organization, whose founding members are individual members of the three above mentioned organizations will take place between 23 -25 August 2019 in Frankfurt, Germany.
Up to 150 feared dead in 'year's worst Mediterranean tragedy'
Two boats carrying about 300 people capsized off Libya's coast, with scores, including children, feared drowned.
Scores of refugees and migrants are feared drowned after the boats they were travelling in capsized off the coast of Libya in the Mediterranean Sea,
EMDHR condemns the treatment of Eritrean refugees in Egypt, unjustly arrested for peacefully demonstrating against corruption by the UNHCR Egypt office. We call on UNHCR to fulfil its mandate to protect the rights of Eritrean refugees and to undertake a transparent investigation into the allegations levelled