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Exploring the #COIEritrea and the Broader Narrative on Eritrea

COI  report and recommendations unhelpful for the development of human rights in Eritrea
The general narrative on human rights in Eritrea that the Commission has portrayed was widely at variance with the prevailing reality in the country. Its politically motivated conclusions and recommendations are inaccurate, procedurally flawed, biased and quite unhelpful for the development of human rights in Eritrea.

By Ray Ja Fraser,

AS MAINSTREAM hysteria about Eritrea and the recent UN Commission of Inquiry (COI) report continue, Ms. Bronwyn Burton recently offered some level-headed, rational insights into both the country and the report. Bronwyn, you’ll recall, is Deputy Director of the Africa Center at the Atlantic Council. She has written extensively on Africa in general, and the Horn of Africa specifically, and several months ago gave a detailed interview about her trip to EritreaContinue reading Exploring the #COIEritrea and the Broader Narrative on Eritrea