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Drâa-Tafilalet Region: Seminar on Moroccan Community Living Abroad and New Development Model Updates

The Regional Human Rights Commission in the Draa-Tafilalet region (CRDH) organized a seminar on: "Moroccan Community Living Abroad and New Development Model Updates”, on Friday 11 August 2023, at 9:30 am, in the Boumalne Dadès Commune, Morocco.

This seminar was organized in partnership with the Fédération des Associations du Grand Boumalne-Dadès as part of the CRDH participation in the 12th session of the National Festival in Boumalne Dadès, which is held every year to coincide with the National Day of Migrants.

This event aims to open a collective/participatory debate to identify the challenges facing Moroccan Community Living Abroad and to highlight the strategic lines drawn by the new development model report. It also intends to develop proposals to guide the process of elaborating integrated policies and programs in the Drâa-Tafilalet region for Moroccan Living Abroad.

This event will be an opportunity to address several topics focusing on Migrants and Development from the Perspective of Public Policies; Migration, Development and Human Rights; Migrants’ Opportunities to Contribute to the Development of the Region; The Region’s Roles and Missions in Promoting the Rights of Moroccan Community Living Abroad; and The Role of Territorial Councils in Serving the Moroccan Community Living Abroad.

Stakeholders from governmental and non-governmental sectors, elected officials, civil society representing Moroccan Living Abroad, university professors, human rights defenders, entrepreneurs, experts, and media professionals, will participate in this seminar.