Western Sahara News

Dr. Ayachi calls on Moroccan people to stand up for right and justice in Western Sahara (08/03/14)
Summer University of SADR Cadres opens in Boumerdes (08/03/13)
Sahrawi government condemns Mohamed VI speech concerning Sahrawi cause (08/02/14)
Family home of Sahrawi political prisoner besieged by Moroccan police in occupied El Aaiun (08/02/14)
Italian Parliament reaffirms support to Saharawi people’sright to self-determination (08/01/14)
Algeria willing to establish «normal» relations with Morocco in compliance with Sahrawi people’s right, says Ramtane Lamamra (08/01/14)
President of Republic receives congratulatory letter from Algerian counterpart (07/31/14)

Saharawi government and Polisario Front condemns Moroccan King’s will to continue violating international legitimacy (07/31/14)

Canary solidarity movement calls for legitimate rights of Saharawi people (07/30/14)


For more news on Western Sahara , stay tuned to SAHARA PRESS SERVICE, and RASD TV, the official public services of Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR)


Campaigns


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

ARTifariti: VIII International Arts and Human Rights Encounters in Western Sahara

Archive

Western Sahara and the Arab Spring: Noam Chomsky’s point of view on Democracy Now
Javier Bardem and the forgotten struggle of Western Sahara: Actor 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