As echoed by keynote speakers Moroccan Minister of Tourism Lahcen Haddah; Moroccan Minister Delegate for Higher Education & Competencies Soumaie Benkhaldoun and President of Mohamed V University Souissi Redoune Lmrabet.

This Summit was to be the first of its kind with discussions not only on investments in Morocco and its positioning as a gateway to North Africa but also its growing human capital especially youth and Moroccan competencies from abroad.

 
 
 
The Implementation of Morocco’s 2004 Family code Moudawana:
On the occasion of the 10 years of the reformed Moroccan Family code, the Danis Centre for research and Information on Gender, Equality and Diversity Kvinfo, organised in November 2013 the Family code +10: Experiences and Ways Forward Conference in Rabat, Morocco.
 
 
 
The conference is part of the Danish-moroccan bilateral project “Strengthening Women’s rights and Access to Justice in the Moroccan legal System”. Launched in 2007, this project is implemented by KVINFO in partnership with the Moroccan Ministry of Justice.
ARPA prepared with KVINFO and presented the findings of its family code study: “The Implementation of Morocco’s 2004 Family Code Moudawana: Stock-Taking & Recommendations” at the conference.

ARPA sponsors panel discussion with George Washington University Law and the Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Washington

 

ARPA’s keynote participation in The International Fes Forum:

Youth and Globalization in the Mediterranean Region

December 9-12th,  2011   Fes, Morocco 

Organized by the  Centre for Interdisciplinary Strategic and International Studies