Category: Press Release

ERITREA: Angry Response to a Friendly Nation from the newest Member of the Human Rights Council questions about Eritrea’s Suitability as a Council Member

The government of Eritrea reacted most angrily to what it termed Germany’s “meddling in Eritrea’s affairs”, and “the hostile stance that the German Government has held against Eritrea”, and accused the German Government of being “Cynical about progress made in the peace agreement between Eritrea and…

A Travesty of Justice

The news that 160 nations’ representatives on 12 October 2018, voted for the state of Eritrea to become a member of the UN Human Rights Council must appall all who truly care about human rights and are working to see an end to abuses. Human Rights…

Death in Custody and Mass Arrests in Eritrea Continue

Death in custody and indiscriminate mass arrests continue in Eritrea, as the ruling regime suppresses the population by means of further abuses. Human Rights Concern Eritrea (HRCE) condemns these ongoing atrocities and is concerned that they are so frequent as to appear normal and acceptable. Sheikh…

ዋሕዚ ስደት ንምግታእ ሰብኣዊ መሰላት ምጉዕፃጽ

ብማሕበር ሓልዮት ሰብኣዊ መሰላት ኤርትራ ኣብ ጥሪ 2018፡ ጋዜጣ ሊብያ-ሄራልድ፡ ብምኽንያት ሓደ ዓመት ምኽፋት ኤምባሲ ጥልያን ኣብ ትሩብሊ ንኣምባሳደር ሚስተር ጂሰፐ ፐሮኒ ኣዘራሪባቶ። ኣብ ሊብያ፡ ክሳብ ሕጂ ካብ ኣህጉር ኤውሮጳ ኢጣልያ ጥራሕ እያ ኤምባሲ ከፊታ ዘላ። ካልኦት ኣብ 2011 ንኮሎኔል መዓመር ቀዛፊ ካብ ስልጣን ዝኣለየ ህዝባዊ…

An Open Letter to the Pilots of El AL Airline Who Have Refused to Enforce the Israeli Government Policy of Flying Eritrean Refugees to Countries in East Africa Where Their Lives Would be Endangered

Most Respected Pilots of EL Al Airline, May we express our admiration and full support for your principled stand against the Israeli Government decision to expel asylum seekers and refugees from Israel and forcibly repatriate them to African countries where their lives will be in great…

Refugees Are Not Infiltrators, Don’t Jail or Deport Them

Human Rights Concern-Eritrea (HRCE) is seriously concerned at reports that, by the end of March 2018, Eritrean asylum-seekers will be deported from Israel to Eritrea, or to equally dangerous situations in Rwanda or Uganda, from which they may well be forcibly returned to their country of…

Eritrea: No Improvement in Detained Eritrean Patriarch’s Circumstances

Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) has been informed that there has been no significant improvement in the circumstances of the detained head of the Eritrean Tewahdo Orthodox Church, despite official attempts to give the impression of progress. His Holiness Abune Antonios has effectively been under house arrest…

Prolonging a Miscarriage of Justice

It will soon be a year and a half of unjust imprisonment for Medhanie Tesfamariam Berhe, the man extradited from Sudan in a disturbing case of mistaken identity during a high profile joint investigation by the British National Crime Agency (NCA), and the Italian Palermo magistrate.…

Europe Must End Deals Helping the Slave Trade

Since the time of Gaddafi in Libya, migrants who make their way to Europe crossing that country have been informing governments and NGOs about the abuses they suffered in desert camps before making their way across the Mediterranean. Since the time of Gaddafi, Europe (primarily Italy)…

UNHCR Concerned over Israel’s Refugee Relocation Proposals

(UNHCR, November 17, 2017) UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is seriously concerned by proposals announced yesterday by Israel’s Interior Minister Aryeh Deri and Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan. Under these proposals, Eritreans and Sudanese asylum-seekers and refugees would be compelled to accept relocation to countries in…