Human Rights Watch has sent two of its Moroccan members to Laayoune. Surprisingly, the mission did not receive the support of all human rights activists in the city.
Amidst great distress in the Sahrawi camps of Tindouf, thousands of Sahrawi refugees obstructed the procession of the United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon, during his visit to the Samara Camp, in the Tindouf camps, on Saturday, March 6th, creating unexpected chaos and anarchy. The...
Elles s’appellent Maâloma, Darya, Najiba et Koria. Elles sont séquestrées dans les camps de Tindouf par leurs familles. Des cas auxquels s’intéresse, désormais, Human Rights Watch. L’ONG demande même l’intervention de Ban Ki-moon.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) has called upon UN’s chief Ban Ki-moon to intervene in order to free the three Sahrawi women held against their will in Tindouf camps, during his upcoming visit to the Camps, located in Southwestern Algeria.
The deafening silence of some international human rights NGOs on the barbaric and unjustified crimes committed by pro-Polisario trouble makers during the dismantling of the Gdim Izik camps near Laayoune in southern Morocco on November 8, 2010 is raising several questions.
Over the past couple weeks, I’ve criticized Human Rights Watch (HRW) for conducting human rights research and advocacy subjectively through the lens of politics rather than though an objective,...
Human Rights Watch (HRW) called on the Polisario to allow the young Sahrawi women Mahjouba Mohamed Hamdidaf, held in captivity in the Tindouf camps, to exercise her rights of freedom and movement.