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Human Rights Watch full report on Sawa and National Service

“They Are Making Us into Slaves, Not Educating Us” How Indefinite Conscription Restricts Young People’s Rights: Access to Education in Eritrea Human Rights Watch Report here:...

Eritrea should permit access to United Nations Special Rapporteur – Human...

There has been little evidence that oppression in Eritrea has subsided, other than that Eritreans now find it easier to leave the country. Tens...

Canadian mining company has tangled relationship with one of world’s most...

Source: Globe and Mail Saturday, December 29, 2018 GEOFFREY YORK   ASMARA -- The road from Eritrea's mountain capital to the Red Sea is narrow and dangerous. It descends steeply...

Eritrea: Diplomacy Changes, but Political Prisoners Remain

Source: Human Rights Watch October 3, 2018Video Video: Eritrea Imprisons Journalists and Government Officials. The recent arrest of Eritrea’s former finance minister is a troubling sign that...

Eritrea-Ethiopia Peace Deal Offers Hope for Reform – Human Rights Watch

Eritrea Should Halt Indefinite Conscription Maria Burnett Director, East Africa and the Horn@MariaHRWAfrica Eritrea and Ethiopia resumed diplomatic and commercial ties after a 20-year-stand off last...

Somaliland: Prosecutions Threaten Free Expression

Source: Human Rights Watch   (Nairobi, May 8, 2018) – A string of recent prosecutions in Somaliland targeting people who spoke out on controversial issues is...

Human Rights Watch publishes its annual report on Eritrea

As part of its world report 2018, Human Rights Watch published a report on the events in Eritrea over 2017. It gives a brief...
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