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One Day Seyoum
In 2001, a group of critics were imprisoned in . We are fighting for their release whilst continuing their mission to give the Eritrean people a voice.
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NEW Nov 19
Replying to @NetworkEriWomen
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NEW Nov 19
With one more week to go until this years 16 days of activism, take a look at our posters from last year. We wanted to shed some light on the circumstances of women in Eritrea and look at the way gender-based violence is affecting women and girls.
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NEW Nov 25
Replying to @NetworkEriWomen
Here at NEW, as a women’s organisation, this is at the core of our work. Eradicating gender-based violence and abuse against women and girls is not only our mission but should be should be shared by all
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NEW Nov 25
We have gone Orange! This is to mark the 16 days between the 25th of November which is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and the 10th of December, Human Rights Day.
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Replying to @onedayseyoum
For those who prefer to stay anonymous, there will be ways of sharing your stories whilst shielding your identity.
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One Day Seyoum 3h
Through your stories, we hope to open more people’s eyes to the suffering of the Eritrean people and encourage them to join the movement against the dictatorship. If you have been impacted and want to share your story, please sign up on
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One Day Seyoum Nov 26
Ethiopia’s prime minister "ordered federal military forces to launch a 'final offensive' on the capital of the restive Tigray region," which borders , after the 72 hours he gave Tigray's leaders to surrender passed.
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One Day Seyoum Nov 25
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One Day Seyoum Nov 25
"Abiy and President Isaias Afeworki see TPLF as a significant obstacle to their respective agendas. Abiy sees TPLF as the only remaining obstacle to his MEGA vision... Isaias, meanwhile, wants to see the end of TPLF as a political movement."
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One Day Seyoum Nov 23
Replying to @onedayseyoum
We meet once a month to discuss a book from or about Eritrea. This is an opportunity for us to become more informed through readings and learn from one another and thus strengthen our understanding of to better execute our human rights work.
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One Day Seyoum Nov 23
‘The Conscript: A Novel of Libya's Anticolonial War’ was last months choice for our book club 🧡 Learn more about the incredible story and why it was so important for Eritrean and African literature below ⬇️ If you wanna read with us, join here
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Vanessa Tsehaye Nov 22
We’ve been trying to figure out how to answer the many questions we have been getting about the current situation affecting both and .....so we started a little podcast!
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One Day Seyoum Nov 22
Replying to @emdhrorg
Thank you very much!!
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One Day Seyoum Nov 22
If we don’t understand the conflict, we won’t be able to make a change. In our new podcast, we will be talking to people who’ve been following the conflict closely – to figure out what’s happening, why & what we can do about it. Subscribe & stay tuned:
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One Day Seyoum Nov 19
We have compiled readings lists on different situations affecting the Eritrean people right now, including the current Ethiopian conflict. We hope they can serve as a starting point for anyone interested in learning more. Feel free to suggest additions!
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Efrem Abrehe Nov 19
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Vanessa Tsehaye Nov 18
“Bana means ‘ray of light’ in Tigrinya and with this newsletter, we hope to shed light on important information that anyone interested in the Eritrean cause can benefit from.” Sign up on
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One Day Seyoum Nov 18
One Day Seyoum’s Bana Newsletter provides subscribers with monthly updates on news related to the Eritrean people, interesting learning resources, and different ways they can get involved. Sign up on .
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One Day Seyoum Nov 18
"To understand the current crisis in the Horn of Africa, most notably to what is happening in Ethiopia presently, it is imperative to comprehend ’s role and the geopolitical ambition of Isaias Afwerki."
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