Human Rights Abuses Against Saharawi People

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Draft Date: May 20, 2022 (PDF)

Learn more about the experiences and observations of our field volunteers in Boujdour, Western Sahara.

Amnesty International Report

[May 27, 2022] Morocco/Western Sahara: Investigate targeted assault on Sahrawi women activists: The Moroccan authorities must urgently investigate allegations that police and security forces brutally assaulted five Sahrawi women activists, Amnesty International said today. The organization has investigated the circumstances around the attacks, which took place during five separate incidents on 15 and 16 April, in the city of Boujdour in Western Sahara (read more…)

Facebook: Together to End the Siege of the Khaya Family

الحملة الدولية و الوطنية لكسر الحصار عن منزل أهل خيا

Nonviolence International: Khaya Siege Updates

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Democracy Now! – March 21, 2022
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JUST Visit Western Sahara is a network of groups and individuals committed to peace and justice, protection of human rights, respect for international law, all of which have been denied to the Saharawi people. JVWS further encourages Americans and international travelers to witness the beauty and appeal of Western Sahara, and to see the reality of the Moroccan occupation for themselves. A project of Nonviolence International 501(c)3.