Nowhere To Turn: The consequences of the failure to monitor human rights violations in Western Sahara and Tindouf refugee camps

Publié : 1/Avr/2013
Source: Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights

The Sahrawi are the indigenous people of Western Sahara, who descended from Berber and Arab tribes. The following is a report on the human rights situation facing the Sahrawi people who reside in the disputed territory of Western Sahara under Moroccan control and in the Sahrawi refugee camps near Tindouf, Algeria. Much of the information contained in this report is based on information gained from interviews and meetings during a visit to the region of an international delegation led by the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights (RFK Center).

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Thèmes: Discrimination, Nationalité et des réfugiés
Les régions: Algérie, Afrique du Nord, Maroc, République Arabe Sahraouie Démocratique (Sahara Occidental)
An: 2013