Egyptian police have detained at least 40 Eritrean refugees during peaceful demonstrations by the refugees in Cairo today. Our contacts say some of the police have already taken the UNHCR refugee papers of some of those they considered as organisers.
We fear that they might deport
In an unprecedented move, Eritrean bishops in the Orthodox church have expelled their former patriarch, Abune Antonios.
Antonios, who was the head of the church until 2006, was accused of heresy in a statement signed by a group of top bishops.
He has for a long time
As the Eritrean government continues to punish the Roman Catholic Church by closing down their hospitals and other medical facilities in the country, members of religious congregations are bearing the brunt.
Scores of nuns who live and work in the facilities have been forcefully evicted from
Eritrea Focus, in partnership with the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, held a two-day conference titled Building Democracy in Eritrea on 24-25 April, in Senate House, University of London. The conference brought together a range of experts – Eritrean and international – to discuss, and begin
Yiakel Canada Wide
Encouraging Eritrean/Canadian to join and sustain the #ENOUGH movement.
Contact: Organizing Committee: firstname.lastname@example.org
Yiakel Canada Wide Festival will be held in Toronto, on Saturday, August 3, 2019. The main objective is to bring Eritrean-Canadians together in unity through a Canada-Wide Yiakel/Kifaya movement in
The Eritrean government has recently confiscated more the 30 Health Centers in which up to 200,000 patients are being treated each year. This inhumane action was conducted without any prior notice by sending security forces and throw the patients out of their bed by leaving
Item 6 UPR Adoption
While welcoming Eritrea’s positive response to some of the UPR Working Group recommendations, we are deeply concerned that it failed to accept the most pressing recommendations that are key to ending the country’s human rights crisis.
The government continues to subject its population
UN's Libya envoy denounces attack that killed dozens in a detention centre in Tripoli and is blamed on Haftar's forces.
The United Nations envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame, has condemned an air raid on a migrant detention centre in Tripoli that killed dozens of people, saying