"AMM brings together a group of migrant and non-migrant volunteers, researchers, and media operators committed to a participatory method in recording current migratory processes and including its traces in the collective heritage of national and transnational memory"
"It is necessary for us to count them all, name each and every one to make us aware of how many names lost their bodies on one single day, in the Mediterranean Sea". (read more)
FOCUS ON ERITREA
When Eritrea became independent in May 24, 1991after a thirty-year struggle, it looked like the beginning of a new era of peace and prosperity. Over twenty years have elapsed since then, and all the hopes of freedom heralded by that joyful day have long since vanished. Now, the dramatic socio-political situation in Eritrea, which is characterised by blatant oppression and violations of fundamental rights, has become apparent to the international community. (read more)
Asmat’na – The Desappeared of Eritrea
The system of enforced disappearances used by the regime in Eritrea, aims not only at the total control of the nation through the creation of fear, but also to the negation of identity of the disappeared. By negating their identity, the system aims at making us forget their names, their stories, their humanity.
Their stories, and their names are the nation’s history, our history. Please help us bring back their memory, their names and our nation. (read more)
To whom it may concern
by Zakaria Mohamed Ali
by Mario Badagliacca