Eritrea: Shadow report to the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights
This shadow report to the African Commission is based on many years of Amnesty International’s research on Eritrea. It covers concerns relating to the rights to life, to dignity, (including freedom from torture and other ill-treatment, freedom from servitude) freedom of association, freedom from arbitrary arrest and detention, freedom of movement, freedom of religion, and right to education.
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