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In April, the annual negotiations on Western Sahara will take place in the UN Security Council. Western Sahara has become one of the most contentious issues at the UN – let’s keep it that way! “human rights monitoring by MINURSO should include monitoring of the Saharawi right to access their...

This article was written for Adala UK by Hmad Hmad, Human rights activist from Western Sahara.    To the International Community Once again, the Saharawi people are betrayed, this time with the collaboration of the European Union! The Moroccan state, with the complicity of the French government, is attempting to...

About Western Sahara

Location Western Sahara is on the Atlantic coast of north-west Africa, between Morocco to the north and Mauritania to the south and east and Algeria to the north-east. Resources     Western Sahara is rich in mineral resources, including phosphates. Western Sahara has some of the richest fishing waters in the world. Currently...

Western Sahara Legal Status

In 1963 Western Sahara was listed as a non-self-governing territory by the United Nations. In 1966 the United Nations’ General Assembly adopted its first resolution2 on the territory, urging Spain to organise, as soon as possible and under UN supervision, a referendum on self- determination. In 1975, the International Court of...

Mr. Mohamed Aujjar Minister of Justice. Ministère de la Justice et des Libertés Place de la Mamounia, BP 1015, Rabat – Maroc London, 05th of December 2017 We are writing to you from Adala UK (a UK-based human rights organisation – (http://adalauk.org) in order to express our consternation at learning...

Are you looking to dedicate some of your time to helping others? We can't build a different world with indifferent people. If you want to help build a different world, consider volunteering with us at Adala UK. Every single member of our team is a volunteer and all our Committee...

Are you looking to dedicate some of your time to helping others? We can't build a different world with indifferent people. If you want to help build a different world, consider volunteering with us at Adala UK. Every single member of our team is a volunteer and all our Committee...

Soldiers, police officers, demonstrations and attacks are recurrent themes in Saharawi children’s drawings. A child’s drawing, as a spontaneous expression, represents a child’s thought processes and its perceptions of the world around it. Fear and sadness which children transmit through their creativity are a reflection on the systematic exposure to...

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