Western Sahara Legal Status

In 1963 Western Sahara was listed as a non-self-governing territory by the United Nations…

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Africa’s Last Colony – 40 years under occupation

31 October marks the 40th anniversary the Moroccan invasion of Western Sahara. Known as Africa’s last colony, Western Sahara is the only Territory in Africa to never complete the process of decolonisation.

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Become a volunteer – get involved – Adala UK

Are you looking to dedicate some of your time to helping others? We can’t build a different world with indifferent people…

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May 23, 2018
Through a new wave of arbitrary arrests and detentions, the Moroccan authorities continue their attack on the network of...
AdalaUK
March 26, 2018
Nearly 200 people, among them Saharawis and those in solidarity with the Saharawi cause,demonstrated in front of the Uni...
AdalaUK
March 8, 2018
Two of a group of 22 Saharawi political prisoners have gone on hunger strike in protest against the cruel, inhumane and ...
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March 6, 2018
During the sessions, Adala UK met with various UN member states, NGOs, and UN representatives, as well as participating ...

Reports & UNHRC Written statemets

AdalaUK
February 26, 2018
Historical and legal background In 1963, the UN General Assembly (UNGA)  included Western Sahara in the list of Non Sel...
AdalaUK
November 14, 2017
Soldiers, police officers, demonstrations and attacks are recurrent themes in Saharawi children’s drawings. A child’...
AdalaUK
November 14, 2017
During his visit to the Kingdom of Morocco and Western Sahara in September 2012, Juan Méndez, UN Special Rapporteur on ...
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November 14, 2017
Morocco is a signatory to the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disability which was adopted in 2006 and ratif...
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