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Djaballah: «The Amazigh Flag is a threat to national unity in Algeria»

Djaballah

In a TV interview with the Qatari media network Al Jazeera, the leader of the Front for Justice and Development (FJD) Abdallah Djaballah, insisted that the Amazigh flag that the Kabyles people are constantly raising during the waves of protests is a grave danger to the national unity in Algeria, and that the Algerian state must intervene definitively to put an end to the …

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Video: Hundreds Rally In Rabat During The Annual Tawada March

Tawada

Hundreds of Amazigh activists marched through the streets of Rabat, capital of Morocco on Sunday, April 24 during the annual Tawada March to protest against marginalization and social injustice. This year’s theme is primarily around the Rif protests and the death of a 3-year-old girl, Idya due to lack of medical care.  

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36 Years Later, Still No Sign Of Boujamaa Habbaz

Boujamaa Habbaz

By Zouhir Az, April 21, 2017 On 19 April, 1981, Boujamaa Habbaz, Amazigh activist, linguistics professor and co-founder of the Moroccan Research and Cultural Exchange Association (AMREC), left his house in the morning and never came back. He disappeared very mysteriously without a single trace. Boujamaa Habbaz was born in Botazolt village near Ouarzazate in southeast Morocco, where his father was a mine worker. There, …

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Amazigh Spring Timeline of Important Dates

Amazigh

Today April 20th, marks 37 years since the student and the Amazigh people of kabylia in Algeria were violently handled by the government forces in an effort to express their legitimate cultural demands. On April 1980, special forces stormed the Tizi Ouzou campuses and broke into the student dormitories many were beaten up while asleep hundreds were wounded and hundred others …

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New York Forum Of Amazigh Film

Amazigh Film

The New York Forum of Amazigh Film is an international festival for Amazigh film, directors and artists. which returns for its third edition. the showcase will take place Thursday and Friday, May 4-5, 2017 at La Guardia Community College’s Little Theater in Long Island City in New York. The New York Forum of Amazigh Film this year is a two-day event to discover and …

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Call For Application To UN Indigenous Fellowship Programme

UN

The UN Indigenous Fellowship Programme aims to empower indigenous representatives and their communities by strengthening their knowledge of the United Nations human rights system and how to protect their human rights. The trained Fellows are more aware of existing UN instruments and, hence, better equipped to assist their organizations and communities. Indigenous Fellowship Programmes are held annually and deadlines for …

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In pictures: Hundreds March In Anti-Governement Protests In Al Hoceima

In Al Hoceima, despite the firing of the governor and several agency heads , thousands of Anti-Government protesters streamed through downtown of the northern city of Morocco, on Sunday, April 9th. waving Amazigh flags and chanting, “El Hogra (Social Injustice) can no longer be tolerated” keeping up pressure on Moroccan Monarchy months after a fishmonger was crushed to death in a garbage truck …

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