Friday, December 15, 2017

Sukeina Ndiaye Award "Aguas Zarcas" at the 17TH "Building coexistence since the planning community" Conference held at the University of Economics, Enterprise and tourism of Tenerife.

Sukeina Ndiaye Award "Aguas Zarcas" at the 17TH "Building coexistence since the planning community" Conference held at the University of Economics, Enterprise and tourism of Tenerife.
A well deserved award that symbolizes a piece of sculpture from the Tenerife artist Alfonso Delgado.

No doubt a recognition of a career of dedication and valuable contribution to the strengthening of the coexistence social, but especially, its work in favour of equality between men and women by encouraging the value of diversity. All a pride for the Saharawi women.

Her disc LA VOZ INDÓMITA has reached #4 at the global World Music Charts Europe in 2017, selected by 46 radio programs from 24 European countries. The 4th place among 798 nominated albums!

Mariem got it again!

Her disc LA VOZ INDÓMITA has reached #4 at the global World Music Charts Europe in 2017, selected by 46 radio programs from 24 European countries. 
The 4th place among 798 nominated albums!

The CD LA VOZ INDÓMITA is commercialized with the book of the same name, written by Zazie Schubert-Wurr and Manuel Domínguez, together with a DVD. For the time being two versions have been published by Nubenegra; a Spanish and an English one. The german version is coming soon.
The CD can also be acquired or listened on more than 20 websites such as iTunes, Amazon, Deezer, Google Play, Spotify ...
Twice before, in 2010 with SHOUKA and in 2012 with EL AAIÚN EGDAT, she ranked 4th and 2nd, respectively.
What a wonderful recognition, Mariem!  

What a pride for you, for your family and for the Saharawi people!

So, that the whole world knows!

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Training the Sahrawi women conducted in the school of women of the Organization MUNDUBAT in Bilbao are closed down

Training the Sahrawi women conducted in the school of women of the Organization MUNDUBAT in Bilbao are closed down. The empowerment courses consist of activities that respond to the needs of Saharawi women resident in the Basque country and that are being developed from 2013.



Members of the Association of the Sahrawi diaspora in Bilbao are participating in these courses since the establishment of the schools of women's Mundubat, that in 

addition to receiving training allows them to discuss different social, political and economical through which exposed its political and humanitarian situation as a result of the occupation of his country by Morocco, causing their situation of emigration forced without opportunities of access to studies or the labour market because of their status as migrants.


Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Last meeting of the Executive of the UNMS in 2017 to assess the annual

action plan and devise new strategies for the next course will be held by all departments of the Organization at the regional and national levels...

Sunday, December 10, 2017

UJSARIO 9 Congress held in the Wilaya of Auserd from 8 to 10 December to choose its new Executive

UJSARIO 9 Congress held in the Wilaya of Auserd from 8 to 10 December to choose its new Executive after having discussed issues of social and political as well as programs to empower young Sahrawi people in the refugee camps as a priority In addition to programs in the long term for the youth in general. Congress 9 tambien opto to the election of the new Executive of the Organization and the election of its new general Secretary. 


From the UNMS want to congratulate the young Gali Salek Chagaf, Senia Hamudi and Hreira Mohamed El Mamun on his election to the Executive, as well as also to the other members of the Executive and the new Secretary-General of the Sahrawi youth Mohamed Said Dadai. 


Saturday, December 9, 2017

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF HUMAN RIGHTS

Proclaiming the recognition and Declaration of equality of rights and freedoms among all men and women, the right to life, liberty and security in all its senses; and expressly prohibiting subjection to slavery or servitude in all their forms; the prohibition of any kind of torture, punishment or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment in the world and in the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic also.
The National Union of Sahrawi women (UNMS) with human rights for our struggle against the military occupation of our country of the Western Sahara, against violations of human rights of any kind, in this December 10, 2017 that Moroccan are they commemorate 69 years of have been proclaimed the Universal Declaration of human rights by the United Nations General Assembly (10 December 1948).
As society and as women peacemakers we have as a basic and fundamental principle the respect to the human being in all its integrity. Recognizing and claiming our right to self-determination and independence and the return to our homes after 42 years of forced exile by the Moroccan invasion, we demand the same respect for religious, political, sexual differences and respect for the life of the Sahrawi citizens in our cities occupied by the force of arms.
Young Sahrawis, many men and women have lost their lives in this struggle for human rights, which have been murdered and killed without justice, and many brothers and sisters suffering from daily harassment and intimidation to defend their right to freedom e even by merely claiming a fair and decent work.

On this day in which the whole world shouts and agree that human rights are inalienable and inherent to each man and each woman, we denounce the killings of young Sahrawis in the territories occupied by Morocco.
We denounce these crimes against humanity, and demand justice against the high degree of impunity existing in countries where authoritarian governments and dictators, among them Morocco, violate human rights and exert repression to silence the voices of those who struggle for Justice and freedom as the Sahrawi people. On this day the Sahrawi people reiterates his peaceful struggle for freedom as a fundamental human right value.

The Association of Saharawi women in France (FSF) has participated on Saturday, December 09 in activities for the international day of persons with disabilities

, organized by the Mayor of Rosny Sur Seine, through its participation in the celebration of a exhibition of handicraft products that represent the Sahrawi culture as well as other political activities and cultural including the cuisine as the "couscous" and "traditional sweets decorated with the colors of the national flag of Western Sahara. An opportunity for the visitors who could taste the Sahrawi tea and traditional music that caught the attention of attendees including media, local private television of the municipality as well as politicians and intellectuals.