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ፓነል 4. ኣማራጺ ራእይ፦ ኣብ ሓባራዊ ራእይ ናይ ደሞክራስያዊትን ፍትሓዊትን ኤርትራ ዚተመስረተ ናይ ሓባር ባይታ ምምድማድ | ኤርትራ ሲምፖዝዩም 2022

09/06/2022

ኣማራጺ ራእይ፦ ኣብ ሓባራዊ ራእይ ናይ ደሞክራስያዊትን ፍትሓዊትን ኤርትራ ዚተመስረተ ናይ ሓባር ባይታ ምምድማድ
Building Common Ground Based on a Shared Vision of a Democratic and Just Eritrea

Moderator: Lily Semere

Presenters:

1. Jonathan A Johannes: Building Common Ground Based on a Shared Vision of Democratic Governance (Presentation)
2. Kemal Ali: The Fight for Justice as a Basis for Broad Coalescence among the Eritrean Diaspora.

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Held on 15-17 April 2022, 'Eritrea Symposium 2022: Need for a Shared Vision for a Stable Transition’ brought together representatives of political and civil society groups, as well as activist individuals from the global Eritrean Diaspora to participate in 5 interrelated thematic panels on: 

1.     Regional Conflict Dynamics and Sustaining Eritrea’s Sovereignty and Territorial Integrity (available now)
   1.1  Navigate the Conflict Dynamics in the HoA
   1.2  Sustain Eritrea’s Sovereignty and Territorial Integrity

2.     Empower the People’s Agency for a Seamless Progression to Democratic Transition (available now)
   2.1  Empower the People’s Agency in Democratic Change and Transition
   2.2  Seamless Progression of Change into Democratic Transition

3.     Overcome Divisions, Polarisation, and Fragmentation in the Diaspora (available now)
   3.1  Identify Underlying Causes
   3.2  Find Practical and Workable Remedies

4.     Build Common Ground Based on a Shared Vision of a Democratic and Just Eritrea (coming soon)
   4.1  Build Common Ground Based on a Shared Vision of Democratic Governance
   4.2  Fight for Justice as a Basis for Conscious Coalescence among the Eritrean Diaspora

5.     Build Conscious Coalescence to Catalyse Change and Democratic Transition (coming soon)
   5.1  Coalescence in Political Activism
   5.2  Coalescence in Media Work

Each panel comprises a moderator and two presenters, followed by open discussion.

The Keynote Address (click here) and the Symposium Communiqué (click here) are available in 3 languages: Tigrinya, Arabic, English.