Suffering in Silence: An Insider’s Revelation of Being a Tigrayan Civil Servant during the War on Tigray

The cost of the war is felt by every one of Tigrayan identity, our current reality is characterized by loss - of family, of jobs, of homes - and we can not make future plans: no plan of marriage, business, or anything that can be done under normal circumstances. The war has put a halt on all personal and societal activities of a normal life.

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Open Letter to His Excellency Peter Maurer, President of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

Re: Legal and human rights protection for persons of Tigrayan origin especially in the security sector including the military, intelligence, and police arbitrarily and illegally detained by the Ethiopian Government…

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