Morocco

Reaping the Results of Three Decades of Feminist Activism: Constitutional Reforms in Morocco Set Precedent of Institutionalizing Gender Equality

November 30, 2011

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By Lina Abou-Habib 
Executive Director of WLP Lebanon/CRTD.A

Amidst revolts, uncertain futures, the dismantling of theocratic regimes, the emergence of conservative forces and serious threats facing women in the MENA region, the recent changes in Morocco not only herald a positive transformatory process but also highlight the consistency and strength of the independent feminist movement in that country.

Women's Rights in the Draft Constitution

July 1, 2011

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WLP MOROCCO/ADFM PRESS RELEASE:

The Association Démocratique des Femmes du Maroc (ADFM), as an autonomous feminist association, having considered the various provisions of the draft constitution for fundamental rights and freedoms, particularly those relating to women's human rights, considers that:

• This project comes at a time of accelerated change in the countries of the southern Mediterranean and the Middle East, and reflects the current state of our society and its political and social actors. It broadly reflects the aspirations of Moroccans to a more dignified life;

Call for Support for the Feminist Spring for Democracy and Equality Coalition, Morocco

May 25, 2011

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Leading feminists from Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Syria, and Tunisia convened May 20-22, 2011 in Rabat for intensive discussions on the challenges to and strategies for advancing women's equality and full political participation in the wake of the Arab Spring.

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