Human Rights Concern - Eritrea (HRCE) is an independent non profit making, human rights organization based in UK. The organization is dedicated to the promotion and protection of the human rights of Eritreans at home and all over the world. HRCE believes that all human beings are equal regardless of race, religion, gender and political affiliation and strives for a peaceful Eritrea where fundamental human rights are respected.

The True Human Rights Situation in Eritrea: the New UK Home Office Guidance as a Political Instrument for the Prevention of Migration

school_of_advanced_study(Sara Palacios Arapiles, BA Law) This research paper aims at documenting the true situation in Eritrea, in order to refute the credibility of the content and of some of the sources of the new Guidance on Eritrea issued by the UK Home Office (HO); and of the related policies that are being implemented in some other countries, such as Israel.


World Day Against Cyber-Censorship: Reporters Without Borders releases new “Enemies of the Internet” list

At a time when many Arab-world dictators are losing their power, Asmara’s brutal and repressive regime is eager to prevent any attempt to destabilise the government. It continues to use a variety of tactics – including technical barriers and netizen intimidation – to keep the population from gaining access to the Web and its potential as a protest vehicle.
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Eritrea: The Cursed Land – Torture and Forced Labour

lapresse(La Presse, Isabelle Hachey,  20 June, 2015) In Eritrea, one of the worst dictatorships in the world remains in power through terror, mass surveillance, widespread torture, arbitrary detention and forced labor. These violations “of a scope and magnitude rarely seen elsewhere” might constitute “crimes against humanity,” concludes a recent report by the UN commission investigating human rights in that country the Horn of Africa. Continue reading