Order reports on Western Sahara
Published 12 May 2020

These publications can be ordered via the email info@vest-sahara.no 

P for Plunder 2020
-Morocco's exports of phosphates from occupied Western Sahara
Rapport, 48 sider, engelsk
Pris: Gratis
Utgitt av: Western Sahara Resource Watch
Utgitt: 2020. 
Rapporten utgis årlig. 
Last ned pdf (3 Mb)







Fred i sikte?
Rapport, 20 sider, norsk
Pris: Gratis
Skrevet av Christian Ranheim for SAIH.
Utgitt: 2016.
Last ned pdf (2 Mb).







Occupied Country - Displaced People
Bok, 20 sider, engelsk
Pris: Gratis
Skrevet av Flyktninghjelpen.
Utgitt: 2014.
Last ned pdf (2 Mb).








Sahara no se vende
Hefte, 20 sider, engelsk.
Pris: Gratis.
Skrevet av Nina Taugbøl og Maria Dyveke Styve.
Utgitt: 2010
Last ned pdf.  








A Norwegian Hope Journey
Bok, 40 sider, engelsk
Skrevet av Asria Mohamed Taleb
Utgitt: 2011.
Last ned pdf (2MB) (eller 8MB).







International Law and the Question of Western Sahara
Bok (352 s.), engelsk
Pris: 200,- Porto: 60,-
Redaktører: Pedro Pinto Leite og Karin Arts
Utgitt: 2007
Les mer om boka her.  
Kan kjøpes av Støttekomiteen. 








The Western Sahara conflict: The Role of Natural Resources in Decolonization
Hefte, 32 sider, engelsk
Utgitt av Nordiska Afrikainstitutet (2006)
Redaktør: Claes Olsson. Bidrag av Pedro Pinto Leite, Claes Olsson, Magnus Schöldtz, Pål Wrange, Hans Corell, Karin Scheele.
Last ned pdf.





The woman who reprimanded a judge

We have talked to human rights activist Mahfouda, who recently was sentenced to six months in a Moroccan prison for reprimanding a judge.  

02 November 2021

UN human rights expert decries “clampdown” on human rights defenders

Morocco must stop targeting human rights defenders and journalists standing up for human rights in Western Sahara, and allow them to work without reprisals, UN special rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders, said today.

01 July 2021

Sultana's home raided by police, activists arrested

In an early morning raid today, masked agents terrorized and assaulted the home of the Saharawi human rights defender Sultana Khaya, stole belongings and took three activists to an undisclosed location.

10 May 2021

UN experts urge Morocco to release imprisoned Sahrawi journalist

On 7 June 2019, videos began to circulate showing Moroccan police brutally beating up a Saharawi journalist in occupied Western Sahara. Today, a UN opinion calling for his release from prison was made public. 

07 February 2021