Tuesday, 21 October 2014 04:41

Event: Morocco in the Anglo Saxon Writings: Between Historical Relations and Cultural Otherness

"Morocco in the Anglo Saxon Writings: Between Historical Relations and Cultural Otherness" is the theme of a conference to be held October 23 in Ifrane, at the initiative of the High Commiss...

Jean Giono 2014 awarded to Fouad Laroui

Moroccan writer Fouad Laroui was awarded on Thursday in France the Grand Prix Jean Giono 2014 for his novel “The tribulations of the last Sijilmassi.”

Morocco to take measures against Dutch decision to revoke bilateral social security agreement

Rabat  – Morocco’s ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation said all necessary measures will be taken to defend the interests and rights of Moroccan nationals targeted by the unilateral decision of...

Ahmed Driouchi Publishes Paper on Economics of Migration of Students from the Arab Region to OECD countries

Economic studies on migration of skilled labor are mainly related to those trained in the country of origin but are increasingly including students trained abroad that return or not to their home coun...

GTF London Conversation on Gender Equality in MENA

The global thinkers forum (GTF) will bring together policy makers from the region in conversation with civil society actors to discuss crucial gender equality priorities in the MENA region.

Event: Morocco in the Anglo Saxon Writings: Between Historical Relations and Cultural Otherness

Jean Giono 2014 awarded to Fouad Laroui

Morocco to take measures against Dutch decision to revoke bilateral social security agreement

Ahmed Driouchi Publishes Paper on Economics of Migration of Students from the Arab Region to OECD countries

GTF London Conversation on Gender Equality in MENA

Opinions

Daech and us...

Par Rachid BENZINE
Daech and us...

Although no one had imagined the creation of an Islamic state in Iraq and the Levant by an initially small minority group nor imagined the restoration of the old institution...

The evil that gnaws to the point of giving birth to monsters

Par Hamid SOUSSANY
The evil that gnaws to the point of giving birth to monsters

The beheading of Hervey Gourdel sent waves of shock within the Muslim community in France.  In an article published in the press, Muslim leaders speak out: "We, French Muslims, wish...

The reform of higher education in Morocco: an unfinished project

Par Dr. Youssef Chiheb
The reform of higher education in Morocco: an unfinished project

The reform of the university is a major political issue, given the systemic crisis that challenges its role, mission and its place in the context of globalization. In Morocco, as...

Does political participation rhyme with election?

Par Mohammed Ejjarmaoui
Does political participation rhyme with election?

Since around thirty years, the sociological and cultural base of the Moroccan community abroad knew deep and multiple transformations. Not only did it change profile but it was also crystallized...

Interviews

Consul of Morocco in New York: This is how we facilitate life on Moroccans in the US.

Consul of Morocco in New York: This is how we facilitate life on Moroccans in the US.

In an interview with Hespress, The general consul of Morocco in New York, Mohamed Ben Abdeljalil, talked about the efforts of the embassy to serve Moroccan immigrants in forty eight American states, along with the cities entrusted to the Consulate of Washington.

Moroccans of the world

Souad Elmallem, a success story in aeronautics

Souad Elmallem, a success story in aeronautics

Souad Elmallem is one of those women who succeeded in what was once a field strictly reserved for men: aeronautics. Chief Representative of Bombardier Aerospace and of Strategy and International Business Development, Africa, Originally from Casablanca, Souad Elmallem has moved to Canada where she settled and started a family.

Rezrazi El Mostafa, a Moroccan in the land of the Samurai

Rezrazi El Mostafa, a Moroccan in the land of the Samurai

Mr Rezrazi El Mostafa is seemingly a calm person. Although his resume is out of the ordinary, he has this modesty and restraint inherent to Japanese culture that has managed to combine high-tech and tradition. That of samurais and many Nobel Prize winners. The one that has allowed the country to recover from the first and only nuclear attack in history, in Hiroshima-Nagasaki.

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