Two decades after shutting down free media, Eritrea remains a ‘locked door’

Two decades after shutting down free media, Eritrea remains a ‘locked door’

Eritrea remains a locked door, and although some journalists and human rights workers have managed to infiltrate ‘behind the scenes’, there’s still a lot of information that can’t be gathered by outside sources. Continue reading Two decades after shutting down free media, Eritrea remains a ‘locked door’

‘We’ve always been used to people attacking us in the streets, but we never thought it would be state sanctioned’ – Campaigner fears policing bill outlaws Traveller communities

‘We’ve always been used to people attacking us in the streets, but we never thought it would be state sanctioned’ – Campaigner fears policing bill outlaws Traveller communities

The bill sparked protests across the UK and will ‘widen the range of conditions that the police can impose’ on protests according to a government policy paper. Continue reading ‘We’ve always been used to people attacking us in the streets, but we never thought it would be state sanctioned’ – Campaigner fears policing bill outlaws Traveller communities