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The Eritrean Revolution: The Way Forward (P2)

This is a continuation of Part I. The Eritrean regime is crumbling fast after sowing so much mistrust among us. Instead of  respecting  our diversity and building on its positive aspects,it has worked hard to deepen and escalate the  ethnic, regional and religious difference. The urgent question we need to address is: how we are going…

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Reflection On The Bishoftu “Youth Dialogue Forum”

The preparations The first time I heard about the idea of planning to hold a youth conference in Ethiopia and other sectorial conferences was during the seminar of  Eritrean intellectuals, professionals and other interested individuals held in Ethiopia in September 2011. It means the idea precedes the Eritrean National Conference for Democratic Change (ENCDC) conference…

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The Revolutionary Tesfamariam Woldemariam And SAUA

06 Apr 2015 Chefena Hailemariam Comments (25)

In memory of a young revolutionary SAUA has nothing to do with SAWA, the military camp that gained notoriety associated with…

Absence Of Class Is Filled By Something Lower

05 Apr 2015 awatestaff Comments (921)

The following was posted on Awate Forum by Burbank, commenter. In following this website's goal of advancing intelligent debates, we…

If You Love Your Country, Reform It

04 Apr 2015 Daniel G. Mikael Comments (14)

Let’s start with the word itself: Reform, a word often misused and misunderstood. The truth is, when it comes to…

NEW: Network of Eritrean Women Into The Second…

03 Apr 2015 awatestaff Comments (11)

After so many years of struggle, Eritrea is still a crude patriarchal society. Little has improved on the rights of…

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