Sunday, February 3, 2019

Fatma Mehdi assures VIII UNMS will be a platform to inform foreign participants on Saharawi State experience in various fields

 The Secretary General of the of Sahrawi Women Union (UNMS), Fatma Mehdi, affirmed this Sunday that the VIII Congress of the Union of Saharawi Women will take place in Auserd from February 23 to 25 under the theme "Together we march towards victory and liberation" will be a platform to raise awareness about the Sahrawi cause and to let the foreign delegations know the experience of the Sahrawi State in various fields.
UNMS´SG said in a press conference to national media, that the Congress that will bear the name of the Martyr,  Sidam-mi Mojtar Ahmed, will host different workshops such as the political participation of Sahrawi women, human rights, Breach of international law by the European Union in Western Sahara.
Fatima El-Mehdi went on saying that this important event will be attended by delegations from Africa, Europe and Latin America, the foreign and national press that will cover the activities of the event.
She also pointed out that foreign participation reflects the dimension reached by the just struggle of the Saharawi people at the international level.



Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Subcommittees policy and legal of the National Preparatory Committee of the 8th Congress of the National Union of Sahrawi women

Subcommittees policy and legal of the National Preparatory Committee of the 8th Congress of the National Union of Sahrawi women (UNMS) meets to finalize work Congress which will be held from 23 to 25 February 2019 in the Wilaya of Auserd. meeting to evaluate the work and to start local and regional conferences to discuss different issues related to the functioning of the Organization, the rules of procedure, empowerment and political participation of women, as well as the election of delegates participating in representation of their localities and Wilayas and institutions.

Resolution of the Council of the Socialist International

Resolution of the Council of the Socialist International held in the Dominican Republic from 28 to 29 January 2019.
The Socialist International in its Council held in Santo Domingo, and closing by the Spanish president, Pedro Sánchez, salutes the recent negotiations held in Geneva on 5.6 December 2018 under the auspices of Mr. Horest Kohler, according to UN Security Council mandate.
On the other hand, the Council of the Socialist International expresses its support for the appeal made by the United Nations to the parties to the conflict, Morocco and F. Polisario, and to neighbouring countries, Algeria and Mauritania, for a political, negotiated, fair solution under Security Council resolution 2440 advocating a peaceful, mutually acceptable solution that guarantees the right to self-determination of the people. It should be noted that this resolution was taken by consensus following consultations between several participating delegations with the delegation of F. Polisario and of the Party of the Socialist Union of Popular forces of Morocco (USFP)

Monday, January 28, 2019

A high-level Sahrawi delegation participates in the meeting of the International Socialist Council of the Dominican Republic

A high-level Sahrawi delegation participates in the meeting of the International Socialist Council of the Dominican Republic
The high-level Sahrawi delegation is headed by the Minister Delegate for Latin America and the Caribbean, member of the National Secretariat Mansour Omar, of which the Sahrawi ambassador in Nicaragua, Sulaiman-Tayeb Hanan, is in charge and responsible for the International relations in the National Union of Sahrawi women. The Council of the IS is held in the capital of the Dominican Republic of Santo Domingo and has been inaugurated by President Danilo Medina.

The meeting will focus on promoting democracy and fundamental rights, with representatives from more than 100 countries and 145 parties. The Spanish president, Pedro Sánchez, will also attend the closing ceremony.

The Socialist International brings together parties from around the world, and this is the second time that the Caribbean country is hosting the council meeting after 2009.

The executive of the Association of Sahrawi Women in France (FSF) meets to evaluate its plan of action

The executive of the Association of Sahrawi Women in France (FSF) meets to evaluate its plan of action and its work agenda, thus not participating in the VIII Congress of the UNMS scheduled for next February 23.

Saturday, January 26, 2019

George Papandreou, president of the Socialist International, participates in the closing session of the Conference

George Papandreou, president of the Socialist International, participates in the closing session of the Conference on social production systems, access to public services and sustainable infrastructure for gender equality and Empowerment of women and girls held in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic and that will give way to the Council of the IS on January 28 and 29 2019

Delegation of the National Union of Sahrawi women, led by the head of international relations, Jadiyetu El Mohtar, participates in the Council of women of the Socialist International

SANTO DOMINGO, January 26, 2019 (SPS)-a delegation of the National Union of Sahrawi women, led by the head of international relations, Jadiyetu El Mohtar, participates in the Council of women of the Socialist International which is held from the the capital of the Dominican Republic Friday, two days before the celebration of the Council world of the Socialist International, planned for days 27, 28 and 29.

Expected to participate in the President of the country, Danilo Medina, the President of the Spanish Government, Pedro Sánchez and the Secretary General of the Socialist International, the Chilean Luis Ayala.

The Friday meeting was opened with statements of the Minister of women of Dominican Republic, Janet Camilo and the Secretary General of the Socialist International, Luis Ayala who emphasized the role of women in the defence of the principles and values Socialist equality and human rights. SPS