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Seminar today in Brussels: Fish before Peace?
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Tuesday 16 November, 14:30 - 16:00, in the European Parliament.
Speakers: former UN envoy Francesco Bastagli, Law Professor Carlos Ruiz Miguel and Saharawi human rights defender Aminetu Haidar.
For access badges, please send complete name, nationality and date of birth to coordinator@wsrw.org.
Published: 15.11 - 2010 13:41Printer version    
The seminar is co-hosted by Western Sahara Resource Watch and the European Parliament's Intergroup for Western Sahara.

Chairs:
Ivo Vajgl (ALDE)
Ral Romeva i Rueda (Greens/EFA)

Speakers:
Francesco Bastagli, former Special Representative for Western Sahara and Head of the United Nations
Carlos Ruis Miguel, Law Professor at the University of Santiago de Compostela
Aminetu Haidar, Saharawi human rights defender

In order to obtain an entry badge, please send complete name, date of birth and nationality to coordinator@wsrw.org or ivo.vajgl-office@europarl.europa.eu.


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The EU considers to pay Morocco to fish in occupied Western Sahara. An EU-Morocco Fisheries Agreement from 2013 would be both politically controversial and in violation of international law. The international Fish Elsewhere! campaign demands the EU to avoid such unethical operations, and go fishing somewhere else. No fishing in Western Sahara should take place until the conflict is solved.
عريضة لوقف النهب

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يحضر الاتحاد الاوربي لإبرام اتفاق غير اخلاقي جديد للصيد البحري مع المغرب في سنة 2013.

مرة اخرى، يعتزم الاتحاد الاوربي الصيد في المياه الاقليمية للصحراء الغربية المحتلة في خرق سافر للقانون الدولي. وقع هذه العريضة للتنديد بذلك.

"EU fisheries in Western Sahara must be stopped"




Western Sahara human rights activist Aminatou Haidar hopes for increased attention to the EU plundering of occupied Western Sahara.

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