The Distorted Narrative, Media War and Eritrea’s Culture of Silence (I)

By Ruby Sandhu, I have had to resort to publishing this piece and inquiry as a blog as no paper entertains any perspective other than the sensationalised unhealthy narrative maintained as against Eritrea. My reference to Culture of Silence and Eritrea is premised on an inquiry further to a number of discussions and focus groups […]

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The Distorted Narrative, Media War and Eritrea’s Culture of Silence (II)

By Ruby Sandhu, At a coffee shop in Asmara I met with young Samsom Berhane Asefaw, a Public Service, Development Worker, aged 38 who was born and brought up in Eritrea. He too also had friends and relatives that had taken the treacherous journey out of Eritrea. He agreed that most of the Eritrean people […]

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Eritrea: Business Ethics, Migration and Trafficking

By Yared Tesfay, A JOINT event of the Solicitors International Human Rights Group (SIHRG) and the Universal Peace Federation (UPF) UK that was the third part in a series convened by SIHRG on Eritrea and the development of Business, Human Rights and Corporate Social Responsibility. It discussed key issues facing Eritrea from the development of […]

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