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40 Years Later, Sahrawi Refugees Have Waited Long Enough -- the UN Security Council Must Step Up
Executive Director, Oxfam International
The struggles to overturn colonial rule were long and often bitter. But, over time, most were inevitably successful. The proud fight against colonialism is one that should be consigned to history.
Four Generations; 40 Years of Exile
Senior Public Information Officer, UNHCR Iraq. Ex-BBC journo.
The Sahrawis have lived as refugees in exile for nearly 40 years. They are one of the world's oldest refugee groups, but one of the least-known internationally.
What Will President Obama Whisper in This King's Ear?
Advocacy Director for Middle East North Africa issues at Amnes...
As Morocco's strategic partner, the U.S. must ensure that its dollars, military support, and political support generate momentum for human rights. Moroccan authorities shouldn't be allowed to presume that their relationship with the U.S. is a blank check.
Working With Javier Bardem for Justice in Western Sahara
Kerry Kennedy is president of Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights.
In August of last year, I led an international delegation to evaluate the human rights situation of the Sahrawi people in Moroccan-controlled Western Sahara and in the Sahrawi refugee camps near Tindouf, Algeria.
From Dining in Refugee Camps to dOCUMENTA 13: The Art of Seeking Sahrawi Independence
G. Roger Denson
Cultural critic, essayist and novelist published with Parkett,...
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