Join Amnesty campaign for the Saharawi prisoners
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Two dozen Saharawi activists have been jailed for 6 years after demanding socio-economic rights. Join Amnesty's campaign demanding their release.
Published 01 September 16


No witnesses, no proof. Only confessions signed under torture.

In February 2013, 25 Saharawi activists were sentenced by a military court from 2,5 years to lifetime for taking part in the organisation of the Gdeim Izik protest camp in November 2010. The camp demanded the socio-economic rights of the people of Western Sahara.

Do you want to help writing a letter to Moroccan authorities? On Amnesty International's website, you find all you need to know to send a letter, with addresses, demands etc.

Read more about the prisoners and the 2010 protest here.


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