The index of human development has increase in Algeria in the past few years, putting the country at number 93 according the the United Nations in 2013. Algeria has massive social inequality, specifically in the younger population, the women and the disabled. The social organizations dont have the necessary resources to make a stand. They are constantly being put down buy private and public politics. They lack the tools and voice to make a large difference in the policies and the improvements in their life.
Algeria is also a transit country for African migrants. Many people have denounced human rights violations while in this country.
Association féministe pour l’epanouissement de la personne et l’excercise de la citoyenneté (AFEPEC); Fedération Algérienne des personnes handicapées (FAPH); AMUSNAW; Djzirouna; Association Algérienne pour la planification familial (AAPF); Doctors of the World; Centre d’Information et de Documentation sur les Droits de l’Enfant et de la Femme (CIDDEF).
The social organizations dont have the necessary resources to make a stand.
Representatives of women's associations in North Africa and the Middle East in Madrid claimed the political support of the Spanish government in defense of the rights of women. They involved several local members of Alianza por la Solidaridad.
Although the migration is a phenomenon that has occurred since the beginning of time today the phenomenon is widespread. The migration flow has tripled in the last 40 years. Today, 1 in 7 people worldwide are migrants. Unfortunately, the increased migration has been accompanied in recent years, with a loss of more pressing duties and increasing violations of migrants.