New report on need for referendum in Western Sahara
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The Norwegian student association SAIH just published a report on the need of a referendum on independence in Western Sahara.

Published 07 June 2016

The report "Peace in Sight?", published in June 2016, takes the reader through the story of the failed referendum on independence of Western Sahara, and explains why a referendum still has to be in the core of finding a solution to the conflict. 

The report can be found on the pages of SAIH or dowloaded here

The report is an English translation of the report 'Fred i Sikte?" published in Norwegian in April 2016. 

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