Western Sahara News

House of Lords questions government on human rights violations in Western Sahara (06/22/14)

EU-Morocco Fisheries Agreement: Polisario Front recourse published in EU Official Journal (06/21/14)

WSRW urges Wisby Tankers AB to terminate trade in occupied Western Sahara (06/21/14)

New report listing clients involved in Morocco’s plunder of Saharawi resources (06/21/14)

Saharawi activist Mohamed Dadech arrested by Moroccan police (06/21/14)

Morocco’s assault on democracy /06/19/14)

Trial of Saharawi political prisoners adjourned to 2 July (06/19/14)

Who’s Searching For Moroccan Oil and Gas? (06/19/14)

POLISARIO reminds Felipe VI of Spain’s historic responsibility towards decolonization of Western Sahara (06/19/14)

POLISARIO regrets for escalating repression in occupied Western Sahara (06/17/14)

Boukhari Ahmed denounces Morocco’s obstruction to self-determination referendum (06/17/14)

Saharawi children celebrate African Child Day under the yoke of colonialism, says Brahim Ghali (06/16/14)

4543 Saharawi children to spend summer holiday with Spanish families (06/16/14)

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International Campaign for Release of Sahrawi political PrisonersToday, 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 SaharaThe 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.
International Projects

ARTifaritiVIII International Arts and Human Rights Encounters in Western Sahara

Western Sahara and the Arab Spring: Noam Chomsky’s point of view on Democracy Now

Javier Bardem and the forgotten struggle of Western SaharaActor Javier Bardem is talking about the post-colonial struggle no-one wants to talk about – his new documentary shines a light on the 40 years of oppression for the people of the Western Sahara