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Adala UK takes part in Geneva Human Rights Council session

Adala President, Sidi Ahmed Alyadasi, will take part in the 6th meeting of the 36th Regular Session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva to express Adala UK’s concerns over the deterioration of the human rights situation in the Occupied Territories of Western Sahara and explain the terrible increase in violence against and the vulnerability of the Saharawis living there.

Adala UK aims to meet with representatives of member states and UN special representatives to offer an update on issues relating to human rights in occupied Western Sahara.

Representatives of member states and many NGOs will participate in the session. A Saharawi delegation is taking part, made up of activists from the Occupied Territories, the Refugee Camps and the Saharawi Diaspora.

The UN Human Rights Council has three regular sessions a year, taking place over ten weeks (four weeks in March, three weeks in June and three weeks in September), where human rights around the world are discussed.


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