October 22, 2018

The Guardian-Passive conduit of anti-Eritrea...

The Guardian-Passive conduit of anti-Eritrea Propaganda

By Zerai Solomon | The last few months have been exciting and full of jubilation in Eritrea – so why is the Guardian still stuck in its outdated narrative of this Horn of Africa country?
Eritrea and Ethiopia signed aPeace Declaration in July officially ending twenty years of instability and tension. Since then, regular flights resumed between the two capitals and the borders have opened for people of both countries to travel freely. Read more

June 7, 2018

Eritrean Cycle Festival UK 2018

Eritrean Cycle Festival UK 2018

November 7, 2017

Professional Forum held in London UK

Professional Forum held in London UK

London | Mr. Yohannes Fassil, member of the Advisory Board, presented the opening remarks by welcoming the participants and wishing the event a success. The aim of the forum is to start mobilising Eritrean Professionals towards the establishment of strong, viable and vibrant associations and to establish practical and formal links with institutions in Eritrea. Read more

October 10, 2017

Witness of the most unique & fabulous...

Witness of the most unique & fabulous discussion & workshop forum, hundreds of youth participate the conference in UK!

Sheffield, 7th October 2017 | Eritrea Youth Discussion & Workshop Conference that was held in Sheffield, United Kingdom has concluded with enthusiasm. The goal of the educational Conference, was designed to harness and build a “Patriotic, Conscious, Youth Movement”, which will build on Eritrea’s past achievements, experiences and safeguard inherited values critical for Eritrea’s desire for a sustainable economic, political and social development. The conference had workshops designed to help youth discuss and debate, learn from each other about their history, heritage and culture, as well as share their professional experiences. Read more

October 2, 2017

Women Forum held in Manchester UK

Women Forum held in Manchester UK

On Saturday 30th September 2017 the National Union of Eritrea Women Manchester Chapter organised a forum on education, challenges / opportunities, families & youth residing in United Kingdom. The speaker provide insight into the challenges and opportunities and share some real life case studies and discuss the most pressing issues which the community is facing today in the United Kingdom. The aim of the event was to create an effective platform for communication and information sharing for existing and potential members of the communities.
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Eid Alfetir Al-Mubarek celebrated...

NICE: Share holder’s annual meeting

Eritrean Air Force graduates 250 cadets

Eritrea participating at UN Habitat Assembly

Eritreans in various countries celebrate...

Keynote Address by President Isaias Afwerki, 28th...