(17.11.2020) We, members of the Eritrean Research Institute for Policy and Strategy, (ERIPS), are a group of Eritrean professionals and Intellectuals in the Diaspora. We are organized on the basis of our specific fields of expertise and our cardinal aim is to engage in research that could guide and serve peace loving Eritreans in the process of transition towards democratic governance and institution building.
How to Support People in Turkey and Visitors to Turkey in Cases of Persecution and Arbitrary Arrest
(02.09.2020) This booklet provides insights and advice about how to respond to cases of persecution and/or threats to the safety and security of human rights defenders. It also speaks to those issues as they apply to other nonviolent activists in Turkey and to people who are not politically organized.
Protective accompaniment from afar means providing protection without being physically present in the country. It looks at what local people can do – particularly activists or friends of the persecuted. And it looks at what international supporters can do to help them.
Eritrea: Cooperation with the wider Eritrean democracy movements recommended
Intergroup discussion on Eritrea in the Bundestag
(29.06.2020) On 25 June 2020, a public intergroup zoom discussion was held at the invitation of Rudi Friedrich (Connection e.V.) and Kathrin Vogler (MdB, Die Linke). Several experts as well as members of the German parliament parties SPD, FDP and the parliamentary group Bündnis 90/Die Grünen took part in the discussion. More than 60 persons from about 10 countries were following the discussion.
Nuri Silay, Cyprus: Wherever in the world we call everyone to refuse to be part of the military
Video on YouTube channel Refuse to Kill
(15.05.2020) As with the Covid-19 pandemic humanity is facing a serious health crisis, it reveals that the money allocated to armament causes more people to die from the pandemic, to remain unemployed, without an income, precarious and without housing.