Council of Moroccan Community Abroad to Launch Advocacy Training on Sahara Issue
The Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad (CCME) will launch next Monday a training project aimed at promoting the advocacy skills of Moroccans living abroad on the Moroccan Sahara issue.
Driven by the need to intensify efforts, to network expertise and to develop scientific, human and material resources, this project is intended for Moroccan students and professors abroad, association leaders, civil society activists and those active in social networks, with a view to developing their advocacy skills, CCME said in a statement.
Training programs have been developed in four languages namely Arabic, French, Spanish and English, the statement added, noting that a scientific team is working on other languages.
As part of this training program, developed in partnership with several Moroccan universities, a cooperation and partnership agreement will be signed between the CCME and the Faculty of Law, Economics and Social Sciences of Rabat-Agdal.
The agreement aims to enhance scientific research efforts on issues of Moroccans living abroad so as to enable this category of citizens to access the scientific and training services provided by the Faculty of Law of Rabat-Agdal.
It also aims to provide students and professors of the Faculty with CCME's experience and resources to develop research and teaching on issues of the Moroccan community abroad.
MAP 28 November 2020