More children than ever are trying to escape the African country of Eritrea in search of a better life. Some children are as young as seven and are making what could be the most dangerous journey of their lives. The children will often leave their families behind and try to make their way to
28 Oct 2014 – Statement by Ms. Sheila B. Keetharuth, Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Eritrea, at the 32nd meeting of the Third Committee. Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Eritrea
Young Eritreans are forced into military and national service for many years – a situation critics say leads to human rights violations. It’s time for a shrewd specialist on sub-Saharan Africa to analyze the effects of the Eritrean government’s policy on its citizens… Cue What’s Up
The 4th EU-Africa Summit takes place in Brussels on 2-3 April 2014. It brings together African and EU leaders, as well as the leaders of EU and African Union institutions. Under the theme ”Investing in People, Prosperity and Peace”, participants discuss topics including peace,
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To listen click on the audio above the image. In Sinai you die of starvation, because of ill-treatment, but also to power the organ trafficking. And ’what happens to the Eritrean refugees trying to cross the desert and fall into the hands of criminal organizations which reduce them