ERITREAN women in the United Kingdom (showed their solidarity) celebrated the International Women Day in London, Birmingham, Sheffield, Coventry, Nottingham and Manchester amid a variety of cultural activities, music poetry and other presentations. “Strengthen the efforts of Food Security, defeat the sanctions” became the resounding message of the moment in all the celebrations conducted. Continue reading International Women’s Day Celebrated Across United Kingdom→
One of the hallmarks of the Eritrean struggle is the determination to ensure social justice. In Eritrea, one of the most intriguing ways the struggle adopted to changes has been its ability to incorporate those changes by embracing the traditions, cultural, regional, political and religious values of a given society en route to social justice.
Women’s Day is an international observance of the valuable role women play; a day that acknowledges the hardship endured by women throughout the history of mankind; to rejoice the progress women have made; to assess directions and ultimately, to celebrate womanhood. Continue reading Eritrea: Every Day is Women’s Day→