Refugees International is deeply concerned about media reports that the Ethiopian government has rounded up more than 100 Eritrean refugees in and around Addis Ababa and forcibly moved them to the refugee camps near the unstable Amhara-Tigray border.
Eritrean women fled human rights abuses in their home country and are now caught in the crossfire of conflict in Tigray. Their voices must be heard, their experiences taken seriously, and their needs met—they must not be overlooked.
Refugees International welcomes the announcement that humanitarian aid will immediately be allowed into Tigray.
Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia have received little attention or assistance despite facing unique risks.
The international community must work for peace in Ethiopia.
Refugees International is deeply saddened by the loss of life during a recent airstrike on a camp for internally displaced people in Tigray.
Experts discuss the conflict in Ethiopia, its key drivers, and the prospects for a peace process moving forward.
The Ethiopian government’s blockade has brought famine to Tigray, and the threat of full-scale civil war now hangs over the country.
October 6 marked 100 days since the Ethiopian government imposed a blockade on its northern region of Tigray.
Today marks 100 days since the Ethiopian government imposed a blockade on all humanitarian assistance to its northern region of Tigray.