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WORKSHOP IN TIZNIT TO DISCUSS CONSTRAINTS AND CHALLENGES TO INVESTMENT OF MOROCCANS LIVING ABROAD

The students of the Migration and Sustainable Development Master course at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of Agadir (University of Ibn Zohr), in partnership with the Municipal Council of Tiznit and the Regional Human Rights Commission of Agadir, organize a workshop on “Investments of Moroccans living abroad: constraints and challenges”. This workshop will be held on Friday, June 28, 2013 (9:00 a.m.) in Tiznit.

A host of specialized professors and researchers, from Morocco and abroad, in addition to civil society stakeholders will take part in this gathering.
Several training workshops are scheduled for this activity. They will be organized within the framework of the (aforesaid) university’s scientific research concern and its willingness to be open to society’s socio-economic and cultural environments.

Several presentations related to the theme of the workshop will be given: “Public policies in the area of migration and development in Morocco: Socio-spatial manifestations”, “Mechanisms to attract investments of migrant workers and to bring investments to their country of origin”. The experience of the Migration, Democracy and Development Association and of the Migration and Development Association in the area will be highlighted. A book on migrations, civil society and spatial development in the city of Taliouine will be presented on this occasion as well.

Two small workshops are scheduled in this gathering. The first will shed light on issues and problems facing investment in the region. The second will tackle the role of local stakeholders in attracting investments.

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