Contact us
For general enquires, contact WSRW International coordinator, Sara Eyckmans, coordinator@wsrw.org, or any of the country coordinators below.
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Argentina
Valeria Saavedra
(+34) 677264263


Australia
Cate Lewis
Australian Western Sahara Association
(+61) 407 288 358 (mobile)


Austria
Karin Scheele
(+43) 6642-028238 (mobile)


Bangladesh
Mahmudul Hasan
(+880) 1717525512


Belgium
Sara Eyckmans


Brazil
Pedro Charbel


Colombia
Alejandro Garcés


Czech Republic

Josef Šmída


wsrw_logo_eng_300.jpgDenmark
Morten Nielsen
Afrika Kontakt
(+45) 25396557


East Timor
Antero Benedito


Estonia
Maari Põim


Finland
Teemu Matinpuoro
(+358) 50-5951499 (mobile)


France
Katalie Clong
Amis du Peuple du Sahara Occidental (APSO)


Germany
Axel Goldau
(+49) (0)30/76 70 34 98


Greece
Paraskevi Maragkou


Guatemala
Diego Leal


Holland
Frank Willems
Stichting Zelfbeschikking West-Sahara.
(+31) 64405-0975 (mobile)


Hungary
Matyas Benyik  
Central & Eastern European Alliance for the solidarity with Saharawi People  
(+36) 302524326  (mobile)


Iceland
Stefán Pálsson
(+354) 663 6875


India
Blossom Abraham and Vandana Radhakrishnan
Western Sahara Support Group India


Ireland
Mark McLoughlin
Western Sahara Action Ireland
(+353) 870-538-598 (mobile)


Italy
Anna Lucia Angelillo
(+39) 3457227834  (mobile)


Japan
Toshiyuki Takabayashi
Japan-Sahara Association/Kagawa
(+81) 4284-38481


Lithuania
Povilas Junas
(+370) 61675061


Luxembourg
Karim Aknine
Association de Soutien au Peuple Saharaui
(+35) 22178 4778 (home)


Malta
Joe Mifsud  
International Secretary  
(+356) 21 249900  


Moldova
Cristina Godoroja


New Zealand
Mike Barton
(+64) 21288-0099


Norway
Erik Hagen
Norwegian Support Committee for Western Sahara
(+47) 45265619


Poland
Pawel Sredzinski
Polska Grupa na rzecz Sahary Zachodniej
/ Fundacja "Afryka Inaczej"
(+48) 883348287 (office)


Portugal
Pedro Pinto Leite
Platform of Jurists for East Timor
(+31) 71522 1065 (living in the Netherlands)


Romania
Daniel Trifon
(+40) 740-033-681 (mobile)


Slovakia
Barbora Masarykova
(+42) 1908118462 (mobile)


Slovenia
Ales Skornsek-Ples
Društvo za podporo Zahodni Sahari
(+386) 1 422 52 11 (mobile)


South Korea
Hyun-Phil Na
Korean House for International Solidarity


Spain
Cristina Martínez Benítez de Lugo
(+34) 626148039 (mobile)


Sweden
Jan Strömdahl
Föreningen Västsahara
(+46) 704-388841 (mobile)


Switzerland
Emmanuel and Marie-Claire Martinoli
(+41) 32422 8717


Togo
Pierre Akpenou
Commission Amis des Sahraouis – Togo
(+228) 936-52-51 (mobile)

Ukraine
Olga Belova
(+38) 0504960575 (mobile)


United Kingdom
John Gurr
Western Sahara Campaign
(+44) 1974 282214


United States
Carlos Wilson  
US-Western Sahara Foundation  
(+1) 858-755-9440  (office)

    


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