Friday, June 29, 2018

Rejection of the UNMS repression against Sahrawi demonstrators in the occupied areas


Sahrawi women are witnessing with concern and indignation to the brutal carrying occupation forces Moroccans against Saharawi citizens in the manifestations of these days in the cities of El Aaiun, Smara and Dakhla, on the occasion of the visit of the Personal Envoy of the Secretary-General of the UN, Horest Kohler, who is on a tour of the area that has started on June 23. with the arrival to the occupied territories 28 until the 30 of June 2018. As it is becoming customary in the occupied territories of Western Sahara, the Sahrawi women demonstrating peacefully in the streets are beaten, threatened and beaten brutally, when they are not imprisoned or raped after being abandoned to the outside of their neighborhoods or cities. The demonstrations on the occasion of the visit of the Personal Envoy of the General Secretary of the UN or of different human rights rapporteurs are reason enough for the cruelty of the Moroccan security forces against protesters and especially against young people and women.


The National Union of Sahrawi women sympathizes with Sahrawi citizens who have undergone this brutal repression and especially with the younger (smaller) some Ayub in critical condition as a result of the abuse suffered at the hands of the occupation forces, and with our sisters in the cities of el Aaiun and Smara and express our strongest condemnation to this barbarity and injustice, that will not prevent the Saharan people to express their will to be free, or to their wives. We express our concern at the escalation of violence and demand the international community and the UN to bring an end to the occupation of our country, as the only measure capable of amending the injustice committed against our inalienable right to the self-determination, as well as respect for human rights and international law

Monday, June 25, 2018

Today, the closing ceremony of the annual programme was held at the headquarters of the women's house in Wilaya de Dajla.

Today, the closing ceremony of the annual programme was held at the headquarters of the women's house in Wilaya de Dajla. The event featured a series of interventions and a video documenting the daily work in the different departments of the women's house, as well as the recognition of the work of women who have stood out in different institutions to regional level.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

The general secretariat of the National Union of Sahrawi women participates as Vice-president of the economic, Social and Cultural Council of the African Union (ECOSOC)

The general secretariat of the National Union of Sahrawi women participates as Vice-president of the economic, Social and Cultural Council of the African Union (ECOSOC) at the annual meeting of the Economic and Social Council, which is taking place in the Nigerian capital , Abuja, on the evaluation of the objectives of the African Union logo for the year 2018 in (the fight against corruption: through a sustainable order and transformation of Africa).
The meeting will have experiences from some African countries on the fight against corruption. It will also be an opportunity to discuss the impact of corruption as ways to hinder the growth, progress and prosperity of the African continent.

Sunday, June 17, 2018

The uprising of Zemla and the disappearance of the nationalist leader Bassiri marked an entire generation and showed the way forward to lead the fight for the freedom and independence of Western Sahara against Spanish colonialism

The uprising of Zemla and the disappearance of the nationalist leader Bassiri marked an entire generation and showed the way forward to lead the fight for the freedom and independence of Western Sahara against Spanish colonialism and dignity. Today, June 17, 48 years later we are still waiting to know the whereabouts of the Sahrawi leader. The Sahrawi people remain faithful to their sacred cause, the principles of the Frente Polisario and their struggle for dignity and freedom.
Today more than ever present the fight that took Sidi Mohamed Sidi Ibrahim Bassiri:

Monday, June 11, 2018

Evaluation of the programs developed during the course 2017/2018 in the women's houses in all the aspects and areas in which the UNMS works

Evaluation of the programs developed during the course 2017/2018 in the women's houses in all the aspects and areas in which the UNMS works, in addition to the objectives and challenges at national and international level, with the participation of the executive of the UNMS and its equips Local and regional levels. 




The meeting takes place at the headquarters of the UNMS chaired by the Secretary General of the UNMS and the head of organization and member of the National Secretariat of the F. Polisario. Evaluation of the efforts made by the 




different work teams in the women's houses of the UNMS in an annual balance in which the teams of the wilayas of Dajla and Auserd top the ranking, covering the designed program and the extra activities that each equipe Designs to enrich the work agenda at the local and regional levels. The recognition of these efforts had their moral and material rewards for further stimulating the creative spirit of Sahrawi women.




Friday, June 8, 2018

The various women's houses in the wilayas and training centres in the Sahrawi refugee camps are completing the work and cultural activities carried out during the formative period 2017/2018


The various women's houses in the wilayas and training centres in the Sahrawi refugee camps are completing the work and cultural activities carried out during the formative period 2017/2018, which will have its final event on June 9th At the headquarters of the national Union of Sahrawi women.

Friday, May 25, 2018

Africa Day

In 1963, the Organization for African Unity (OAU) as a response to the aspirations of the peoples of Africa, was founded in order to promote unity and solidarity among African States, put an end to colonialism, promote relations International, by respect for the principles and universal values with same voice, the voice of Africa.hoy is Africa without being totally free is one last colony, the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic.,
We celebrate the 55th anniversary of the establishment of the Organization for African Unity (OAU) at the headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Sadr, a commitment to the values and principles that inspired the will of the African peoples for freedom and the dignity.