A call to stop the killings and looting in Tigray by Eritrean Forces from Eritrea Focus, Human Rights Concern Eritrea, and Release Eritrea
They will also put a further strain on the relationship between Eritreans and Tigryeans that is yet to fully heal from the 1998-2000 bloody border war. We commend our people for refraining from purchasing this loot. We support the Catholic Church’s and other community leaders’ call on people not to buy stolen goods.
We encourage Eritreans to come forward with the names of people involved and the specific types of crimes they committed.
They are cowardly, disgusting, abhorrent and shameful acts.
For 18 years David Alton was a Member of the House of Commons and today he is an Independent Crossbench Life Peer in the UK House of Lords.
Human rights and assisted dying. Human Rights (Joint Committee)
Wednesday 24 May 2023...
Answers from the Government about their assessment of the use of gender-based and sexual violence towards women during the protests in Hong Kong is 2019; of the position of female human rights defenders and journalists; and the incidence and condition of imprisoned women in Hong Kong.
Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon, the Foreign,...