Socio-economic achievements in Moroccan Sahara provinces at the focus of King Mohammed VI’s speech

King Mohammed VI of Morocco delivered, on Sunday, a speech to the Nation on the occasion of the 47th anniversary of the glorious Green March. Here follows the full text of the Royal speech: “Praise be to God, May peace Read more

Moroccan Mediation Facilitates Opening of the Allenby-King Hussein Bridge

Thanks to a direct mediation by the Kingdom of Morocco, under the leadership of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, the Israeli authorities have decided to open, without interruption, the Allenby/King Hussein border crossing, linking the West Bank and Jordan. This Read more

Morocco’s breakthroughs in the promotion of women’s rights highlighted by CEDAW pundits

Morocco’s breakthroughs in the promotion of women’s rights have been hailed by two pundits of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) who have congratulated Morocco for the advances made in this respect and commended King Mohammed Read more

Stop child exploitation in Western Sahara

As the recruitment and exploitation of children in crises and political conflicts is a war crime under international humanitarian law. As the recruitment and exploitation of children in conflicts is a violation of the essence of the International Convention on Read more

Repression and Intimidation of Human Rights Defenders in Algeria and Tindouf Camps

In a context of increasing repression of peaceful demonstrations by the Algerian security forces, hundreds of people have been arbitrarily arrested since the beginning of the peaceful movement Al hirak, including many human rights defenders who try to expose corruption Read more

The Current Situation Over The Western Sahara Conflict

Réseau Unité pour le Développement de Mauritanie (non-governmental organization in special consultative status) : From our belief in the importance of the United Nations High Commission for Human Rights and its pivotal role in consolidating peace and the welfare of Read more