Thank You Our African Brothers and Sisters
The Open Letter our African brothers and sisters wrote to Eritrea’s Head of State, Isaias Afwerki, is a breath of fresh air in the stale atmosphere of African politics and diplomacy. It came on the 55th Anniversary of the
Your Excellency, President Isaias Afwerki:
We write to convey our most sincere congratulations upon your country’s normalisation of diplomatic relations with Ethiopia. This is a development much appreciated by all Africans of goodwill.
We write to you in our capacity as citizens of Africa to pledge our
Millions of people in Sudan have joined a general strike called by pro-reform groups, shutting down the centre of cities across the country despite a wave of arrests and intimidation.
The massive shutdown was called to take place on Sunday, the first day of the working week, and
EMDHR conducted a two-day training held in Kampala Uganda on 29 & 30 April 2019 for Eritrean human rights defenders (HRDs). The human rights defenders came from various countries, Egypt, Sudan, Kenya and Uganda.
The project was funded by Lifeline and supported by Civicus. The training
Amid violent clashes and a deteriorating security situation in Tripoli, 149 vulnerable refugees and asylum-seekers were today evacuated to safety in Rome.
The evacuees are from Eritrea, Somalia, Sudan and Ethiopia. They include 65 children, 13 of them below a year in age. One of the children
Adjunct Professor Mike Smith, from Macquarie University's Department of Policing, Intelligence & Counter Terrorism was appointed as Chair of a new commission to investigate alleged human rights violations in Eritrea. Appointed by the President of the Human Rights Council, Ambassador Baudelaire Ndong Ella, Smith joined
By Petros Tesfagiorgis
A British Baroness, a certain Kinnock, appears to have found new zeal to sponsor notorious Eritrean quislings for nefarious ends. One would have thought she could devote her time to pressing domestic problems (relevance of the Institution in which she is life-peer, Bre-exit