Western Sahara News
Western Sahara: Some Refused to Unpack, Thinking They'd Go Home Once the War Was Won. That Was Four Decades Ago (17/03/2015)
Western Sahara: Demonstration in Geneva Demanding Protection of Human Rights in Western Sahara (16/03/2015)
Letter from the Saharawi Refugees to the Office of the High Commissioner for Refugees UNHCR (16/03/2015)
Western Sahara: Sadr and PF Welcome Boycott of International Bodies to Crans Montana Forum (14/03/2015)
Crans Montana Forum: International Recognition of Morocco’s Sovereignty over ‘Western Sahara‘ (14/03/2015)
Kosmos Energy, did you see these beatings? (14/03/2015)
Morocco: First International Conference On Western Sahara's Natural Resources to Be Held in Melbourne (11/03/2015)
Western Sahara: Council of Ministers Denounces Moroccan Blockade Imposed On Occupied Dajla (11/03/2015)
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Asylum for Hassanna: Join our campaign to raise public awareness and request the Spanish government to give the political asylum to the Sahrawi activist Hassanna Aalia. (to translate the post from Spanish language, you can click on the TRADUCTOR & TRANSLATOR botton, you can find on the right column of the page)
International Campaign for Release of Sahrawi political Prisoners: Today, there are 58 Sahrawi political prisoners held by Moroccan forces and around 520 Sahrawi civilians remain "disappeared", according to human rights groups.
International Campaign against the wall of the Moroccan occupation in Western Sahara: The main objective of the campaign is to gather all possible international support to force Morocco to demilitarise its wall of occupation in Western Sahara, neutralise and remove the entire arsenal of destruction that it contains including landmines and explosive remnants of war.
For each Landmine a Flower: AAPSS is raising awareness about the victims of the landmines of the Moroccan wall giving lectures in schools throughout the province of Seville, echoing the project of the Sahrawi artist Mohamed Moulud Yeslem. (to translate the post from Spanish language, you can click on the TRADUCTOR & TRANSLATOR botton, you can find on the right column of the page)
ARTifariti: Participants in ARTifariti 2014 join the International Campaign against the wall of the Moroccan occupation in Western Sahara.