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Organizations & Initiatives

  • Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea (COI Eritrea)

    The Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea was established by the UN Office of the High Commissioner to investigate violations of international human rights law, as outlined in the reports of the Special Rapporteur on human rights in Eritrea.

  • Eri-Platform

    Eri-Platform, an international non-profit association, avails a forum for inclusive dialogue on important national, regional and international issues and events affecting Eritrea and the Horn of Africa. It advocates positive national conversation through online discussions and in-person seminars, to help mediate conflict, bridge divides, cultivate a shared vision in the pursuit of common goals among diverse political, civic, human rights, and media groups as well as individuals. It aims to promote multifaceted national discourse to, inter alia, nurture a shared understanding of, respect for and commitment to the rule of law, democratic principles and human rights.

  • Eritrean Initiative on Refugee’s Rights (EIRR)

    The Eritrean Initiative on Refugee’s Rights mission is to advocate on Eritrean refugee, asylum and human rights issues, and also collaborate with leading international refugee and human rights organizations, with leading news outlets, and with Eritrea-specific European organizations in their reporting and advocacy efforts.

  • Human Rights Concern Eritrea (HRCE)

    Human Rights Concern Eritrea (HRCE) is an independent, non-profit human rights organization based in the UK. The organization is dedicated to the promotion and protection of 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.

  • PEN Eritrea

    PEN Eritrea was officially recognized as a center at the 80th PEN International Congress in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan on 1 October 2014. The center joins a global network of writers in over 100 countries across the globe who campaign to promote literature and defend freedom of expression. Due to the extremely repressive political climate in Eritrea, the center is being founded in exile. It aims to serve as an umbrella for widely dispersed Eritrean writers and journalists who have been targeted by the Eritrean government for their writings. Serving as point of contact between the most inaccessible country and the international body, PEN Eritrea also works to promote the cases of journalists languishing incommunicado.

  • The National Union of Eritrean Women (NUEW)

    The National Union of Eritrean Women (NUEW) was established in 1979 as one of the mass organizations of the Eritrean People

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