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In March 2014 we solicited your support for contributions, hoping to raise $12,000. By the end of the year the donated amount was nowhere close to that–only $3,700 was donated (less 3.95% Paypal fees) In a reminder that was published on December 2014, the appeal stated that “It would be nice to have a deep-pocketed…

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Awate2020 Project survey Results

In March 2015 we carried out a survey to check the public perception of awate.com and its performance. The survey was part of an exercise to institutionalize the activities of awate.com, in the “Awate2020″ project in preparation for the establishment of “Awate Center” which will be launched soon. The survey was answered by 300 persons. Here…

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Eritreans Declare Initial Victory In Geneva

Freedom and justice loving Eritreans declared initial victory against repression in Geneva; future opposition activities, and confrontation with the regime of Isaias Afwerki, will be measured against the victory of June 26, 2015, which has become the yardstick. The Geneva rally has represented the true face of Eritrea; no such diverse crowd of Eritreans assembled in one place,…

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AlBashir Sticks Out His Tongue At The ICC

AlBashir was not the only one, South Africa also stuck its tongue out at the ICC, so did many African leaders, including dictators who naturally want to see the ICC close shop. On Saturday, AlBashir had arrived in South Africa to attend the African Union summit; the summit concluded on Monday. The moment he arrived,…

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EXCERPTS FROM THE PENCIL: Sept. 2000 – Sept. 2001

The following are editorial excerpts from The Pencil covering the first year of awate.com’s life, between September 2000 to September 2001. This archive file was first published on September 1, 2001. Incidentally, we are still trying to restore our archives so that it can be easily accessible, but the task proved to be more difficult…

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On Eritrea’s Independence Day Ten Years Ago

On May 28, 2005, on the occasion of Eritreans Independence Day anniversary, the following editorial appeared on awate.com under the title, “The Hidden Picture of Eritrea Under PFDJ” What has changed, or what will change under the current Eritrean rulers is everybody’s guess. But this may help to remind people what the issues were ten-years ago,…

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Eritrea 2015: Isaias Afwerki & His Musical Chair

(UPDATED May 4, 2015) The last time Eritrea’s ruling (and sole legal) party had an organizational congress was in February 1994, over twenty-one years ago. This is remarkable even by its own low standards: During the full-fledged War of Independence, 10 years passed between its first congress in 1977 and second congress in 1987, and…

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SBS Tigrinya Interview With Saleh “Gadi” Johar

An interview with Saleh “Gadi” Johar, right activist, one of the founders of Awate.com and Author of Miriam was here Saleh Johar discusses about: ·Awate.com, ·His recently published book Miriam was here ·Issue of human trafficking and organ harvesting Listen to Part 1, Part2, and Part3 Part 3 Part 2 Part 1…

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Geneva: Commission Of Inquiry On Eritrea Threatened

23 Jun 2015 Gedab News Comments (75)

On June 23, 2015, the 23rd Meeting of the 29th Regular Session of Human Rights Council was held in Geneva,…

Forced Labour Pool: International Laws and UN CoI…

22 Jun 2015 Tesfabirhan Weldegabir Redie Comments (21)

Testimony: “...I did the same work for five years as a soldier in Sawa. They brought you to fields to…

Miriam Was Here In Tigrinya Coming Out In…

18 Jun 2015 Saleh "Gadi" Johar Comments (13)

It's with great pleasure that I announce that the Tigrinya translation of my last book "Miriam Was Here" is now…

Sovereignty, International Law and the Commission of Inquiry…

19 Jun 2015 Salyounis Comments (289)

On June 27, 2014, the UN’s Human Rights Council (HRC) mandated a Commission of Inquiry on Eritrea (CoIE) to conduct…

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