Famous Ethiopian journalist Tesfalem Woldeyes turned 31 today, 3 December 2014 in an Ethiopian prison. His colleagues and friends said he is anxious and depressed.
The Eastern Africa Journalists Association (EAJA) delegation will attend second edition of the World Human Rights Forum (WHRF) in Marrakech, Morocco, from 27 to 30 November 2014.
The Eastern Africa Journalists Association (EAJA) today condemned an Ethiopian court ruling sentencing a journalist to three years in prison, the latest in a string of jailings of journalists.
The Executive Committee of Eastern Africa Journalists Association (EAJA) successfully held its meeting in Bujumbura, Burundi, on 8 November 2014 and reinstated Omar Faruk Osman as its elected Secretary General. After discussing a wide range of issues raised at its last meeting in January 2014 in Addis Ababa, the Executive Committee agreed by a large majority (5 votes for and 1 against) that Omar Faruk Osman be asked to resume to his post as Secretary General.