Tag: racism

Senegal to bring back home 10 students studying in Tunisia

September 1, 2022

Senegalese President Macky Sall has pledged to help bring back home 10 Senegalese students from Tunisia where several of them are facing challenges to continue ... Read More

Ukraine: AU, African states voice concern over reported discrimination against Africans, EU says there is no proven discrimination

March 2, 2022

The reports of discrimination against African nationals trying to flee Ukraine have caused uproar, after Africans, mostly students, have accused Ukrainian security forces of racially ... Read More

AI finger-pointed for its racism, culture of white privilege by its own staff

April 22, 2021

Amnesty International, the long-time lesson giver which used to nosing around in other people's affairs, has been put in the dock by some members of ... Read More

African nations call for urgent debate on racism at UN Human Rights Council

June 13, 2020

African countries called on Friday on the United Nations Human Rights Council to hold an urgent debate on racism and police brutality amid the unrest ... Read More

Tunisia-racism: Sfax court hands five-month suspended sentence to woman for abusing black teacher

February 8, 2019

A court in the Tunisian city of Sfax has pressed a five-month suspended sentence on a Tunisian woman convicted for abusing a teacher of black ... Read More

Mauritania: Marriage between President’s daughter & anti-slavery activist likely to curb racism, a mayor suggests

January 30, 2019

A loyalist of Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz has suggested to the country’s leader, as part of his endeavors to unite the North African ... Read More

UN: King Mohammed VI Underlines Importance of Education in Countering Anti-Semitism, Promoting Tolerance

September 27, 2018

King Mohammed VI has stressed the key importance of education in combating racism, discrimination and anti-Semitism, noting that these scourges must be countered by building ... Read More

Mauritania: Dakar bans for second time Biram Dah Abeid-led conference on human rights abuses, racism

October 6, 2017

Mauritanian activist Biram Dah Abeid Wednesday was forced to abort conference on human rights abuses and racism in his country after receiving instructions from Senegalese ... Read More

Anti-Migrant Populism on Surge among Algerian Politicians

July 10, 2017

Few days after the launch of a migrant regularization campaign in Algeria, a new Algerian political leader and former Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia expressed heinous ... Read More

Algeria to Grant Residency Permits to Sub-Saharan Migrants

July 5, 2017

Embarrassed by a growing surge of anti-migrant sentiment and in need of workers in farming and construction, Algeria is rushing to save its face with ... Read More