PROCESS OPENING IN MOROCCO

Morocco should be proud of this, and its Arab neighbors should look to it. In January, the North African state began criminal proceedings, which are pursued with great interest worldwide. Already last year, a decision of the Moroccan Supreme Court came to great international approval, especially in human rights organizations. The court had declared inadmissible … Continue reading PROCESS OPENING IN MOROCCO

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MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS SUPPORTS THE CANARY CANDIDATE FOR THE SUMMIT OF SPAIN-AFRICA

Spain wants to give a new focus to its relations with the continent after several years of declines in development aid. With that goal in mind, the Canarian president, Fernando Clavijo, expressed to the Spanish Foreign Minister, Alfonso Dastis, a formal proposal for the first Spanish-African summit at the end of this year, to be … Continue reading MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS SUPPORTS THE CANARY CANDIDATE FOR THE SUMMIT OF SPAIN-AFRICA

PréCOP Laayoune

The PréCOP Laayoune - organized by the Moroccan Coalition for Climate Justice (CMJC) - will take place on 15/07/2016 for the regions Seguia Hamra; Oued Eddahab and Oued Noun. The CMJC - a network of more than 200 organizations - holds 4 regional PréCOP (Casablanca, Marrakech, Laayoune, Oujda) to mobilize associations, elected representatives, outside agencies … Continue reading PréCOP Laayoune

COP 22: World Bank in Marrakech

Today in Marrakesh the World Bank - in close cooperation with the Academy Hassan II of science and technology and a number of Morrocan universities and Mediterranian and international research centers - organizes a conference on tourism and climate change in the lead-up to the 22nd Conference of the Parties on climate change (COP 22). … Continue reading COP 22: World Bank in Marrakech