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Successful skåne barbecue was conducted on the 13 July 2013 in a park close to Lund (Kävlinge folketshus park). The barbecue was started formally with hissing the Eritrean National flag, playing the national anthem and a silence for commemoration of our Martyrs. The barbecue was deliciously seasoned with patriotic national zeal and some Awaze. Participants of all age were thrilled. In a meeting, conducted the same day, community representatives agreed to strength Mekete and the Eritrean community in and around Skåne and agreed that this is the first of many such events to come. Finally the event was closed by lowering the Eritrean Flag, playing the National anthem and a silence for commemoration of our Martyrs.
London UK 15th July 2013 The Great UK Festival Eritrea’s cultural Bonanza - Thousands of people had the opportunity to celebrate and participate!
The colorful Eritrean Festival in UK, which took place in London, from the 13th until 14th July 2013 at Lee Valley, Edmonton, a magnificent tent arena, that would house the busloads that came from Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, Liverpool, Sheffield, Nottingham, Coventry, Newcastle, Wales, Scotland & Ireland. Festival Eritrea UK 2013 was officially opened by H.E. Osman Saleh, Minister of Foreign Affairs.
HUMAN RIGHT RAPPORTEUR TO ERITREA
By: Dawit Ghebremedhin Date: 6/29/13
Dear Ms. Shelia Keetharuth,
I am an 11-year old Eritrean boy who lives in the USA. I have been informed that you are a special rapporteur for the UN from Mauritius. Human Rights issue is a monumental subject. The notion of people deserving certain rights from the centralgovernment that runs their country, nation, etc. is not like a questioning commodity that has been established. I acknowledge and admire anyone discussing about the denial of this righteous asset. There are many human right problems in the world that deserve and should lure the attention and concern of all ages, including children like me. It is such a universal matter that the whole world should cooperate through open and potent communication. I am proud that a fellow and a mother African like you could express your opinions and share information about the human rights situation in Africa. But, when I actually read one of your reports it made me want to revolt.