by Alemseged Tesfai | It is not often that one comes across young Eritreans with the passion and the drive to research and write on topics of history. Mebrahtu Abraham was an exception. In less than a year with the History Project of the PFDJ. He made a profound impression on all who worked with him and left a wealth of oral history interviews with prominent people on various aspects of Eritrea’s remote and recent past. His tenure at the cultural Assets Rehabilitation Project of Eritrea (CARP) was also marked by exemplary professionalism and effectiveness. (more…)
Events that have unfolded in our region in the past few months have aroused anxiety and preoccupation in the TPLF regime and its sponsors.
For so many years in the past, Eritrea’s detractors have waged dogged disinformation campaigns through the daily fabrication of cheap lies and innuendos. (more…)
at 70th Session of the United Nations General Assembly
03 October 2015, New York
It is my pleasure, at the outset, to warmly congratulate you upon your election as President of the 70th session of the United Nations General Assembly. I also wish to extend my deep appreciation to your predecessor, H.E. Mr. Sam Kutesa, for his commendable efforts in conducting the business of the 69th session of the United Nations General Assembly.
By Muluberhan Berhe Hagos
Printed by Atlas Graphic Printers – Asmara, February 2014
This ground-breaking study has deeply examined the customary laws of Eritrea in unprecedented manner. The in-depth comparison made between customary and modern laws of Eritrea refutes the sweeping, subjective and generalized perceptions that customary laws of Eritrea are discriminatory against women.
It suffices to mention the following examples to demonstrate the gender sensibility of a number of provisions contained in customary laws in contrast to modern laws. (more…)
Eritrea’s regional policy is anchored on the promotion of safe neighborhood. For motives that are not difficult to figure out, Eritrea’s detractors, and particularly Ethiopia, however continue to willfully distort this policy. Eritrea is falsely accused of, and maliciously portrayed as, a purveyor of “regional destabilization”. (more…)