Monday, 23 April 2018 06:55

Editorial

  • Mr Abdellah Boussouf's word

    The Council of the Moroccan Community Living Abroad (CCME) participates this year in the 24th edition of the International Exhibition of Books and Publishing (SIEL) of Casablanca which is held from 8 to 18 February 2018. The CCME, as at of its previous participations, brings together Moroccan writers living abroad, questions the concerns of Moroccan migration and the challenges facing the Moroccan community abroad through round tables and conferences aimed to give adequate answers.

    With the political and social changes experienced by the countries hosting the Moroccan community in the last three years, particularly with the rise of extreme right-wing currents, the activism of extremist religious groups and the rise of racist speeches and acts in general and against Islam in particular, issues of identity, religion and culture are fundamental for the members of the Moroccan community living abroad. More than ever, they require a deep and serious thinking to develop a model able to protect the Moroccans living abroad from the consequences of these changes and help their integration into plural societies.

    Through our participation this year at the Casablanca Book Fair, which has become an essential cultural event on an international extent, we have the ambition to debate and analyze the criteria of living together in a plural society with the presence of thinkers, intellectuals academics, political, cultural and associative actors from the host countries of the Moroccan diaspora; to highlight the values ​​of pluralism and openness rooted in the Moroccan identity and the wealth of its branch. In fact, values ​​that can lead to adequate answers to the daily lives of Moroccans around the world in the host countries.

    We will also have the opportunity to expose aspects of the history of travel and migration of the Moroccan identity in front of a young audience through a special program that combines educational and cultural activities.

    Like it’s previous participations to this cultural event, the Council will share it’s scientific experience on Moroccan migration with national institutions and the public. The CCME’s stand will expose the latest scientific publications on different issues of Moroccan migration. As well as the latest literary works of the writers and poets of the diaspora.

Interviews

COP22 : Interview with Mr. Abdellah Boussouf

COP22 : Interview with Mr. Abdellah Boussouf

Many questions come to mind regarding the correlation between climate change, migration and the Moroccan community abroad. In light of the waves of migration, what could be the link between COP22 and migratory matters? M. Boussouf : As the organizer of the COP22, Morocco claims to be at the same level as other countries, which have the capability to host large-scale events and naturally contribute to resolving international issues. The mission of our nation during this COP will mainly be of executive nature as this conference was preceded by the COP21 during which all parties committed to adhere a process designed to protect the environment and to mitigate climate change impacts. Consequently, the Kingdom’s mission during this summit is to define the execution mechanisms to take up the climate challenge. His Majesty wants to position this event as an African summit. Indeed, Africa is the continent most impacted by global warming and these effects will determine its future.

Activities

Rabat : Moroccan students from Spain at the CCME

Rabat :  Moroccan students from Spain at the CCME

The Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad (CCME) received Monday, March 26, 2018, a group of 40 Moroccan students living Spain. The...

A French delegation of the three monotheistic religions visits the Council of the Moroccan Community living Abroad

A French delegation of the three monotheistic religions visits the Council of the Moroccan Community living Abroad

Mr. Abdellah Boussouf, the Secretary-General of the Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad CCME), recieved, March 7, 2018, , a delegation of...

Oujda: Opening of the conference : « Social rights of the Moroccans living Abroad and advanced regionalization"

Oujda: Opening of the conference : « Social rights of the Moroccans living Abroad and advanced regionalization"

The opening of the meeting on the "social rights of Moroccans living abroad and advanced regionalization" was given this Tuesday, March 6,...

Oujda: Conference on the social rights of Moroccans living abroad in advanced regionalization

Oujda: Conference on the social rights of Moroccans living abroad in advanced regionalization

The Council of the Moroccan Community Living Abroad (CCME) and the University Mohammed 1st of Oujda, organize Tuesday, March 06, 2018 an...

Moroccan migration in Europe: mutual benefit and multiple readings

Moroccan migration in Europe: mutual benefit and multiple readings

The last meeting organized by the Council of the Moroccan community abroad at the book fair in Casablanca, during this edition of...

Round table: "Being an imam in a multi-religious and multicultural society"

Round table: "Being an imam in a multi-religious and multicultural society"

"To be Imam in a multi-religious and multicultural society" is the theme of the round table organized Sunday, February 18, 2018 by...

Contribution

  • Nour Festival : The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
    Nour Festival : The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

    There was a time when the world was truly vast and people were very much apart. A time when everyone relied on scarce forms of obtaining news, a time when one wrote a letter to a loved one, and waited days if not weeks to have news back.

    Today’s technology, has shrunk the world into a minute entity; With the abundance of news providers, social media and fast and instant messaging, we have come to learn about events as they occur, good, bad or ugly.

    Technology has also meant opening a free for all channel to those whose intentions are not always conducive to the greater good.

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Publications

Study : "The legal status of Moroccans living abroad"

Study : "The legal status of Moroccans living abroad"

The Council of the Moroccan Community Living Abroad (CCME) has recently released a research in two volumes on » the legal status of Moroccans living abroad » conducted by the researcher Mohamed Benyahya.

Study: « Islam of Spain and the legal status of religious leaders »

Study: « Islam of Spain and the legal status of religious leaders »

Entitled "Islam of Spain: legal status, the question of the training of religious leaders", a collective work, recently published by the Council of the Moroccan Community living Abroad (CCME), has been realized by experts, academics and specialists who took part...

Culture : "This is not a suitcase"by Taha Adnan

Culture : "This is not a suitcase"by Taha Adnan

Taha Adnan, the writer and Moroccan poet living in Brussels has published :"This is not a suitcase" with the support of the Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad (CCME) and the Ministry of Culture.

New release of the CCME: Idbihi; Journey of a Moroccan 1968-1987

New release of the CCME: Idbihi; Journey of a Moroccan 1968-1987

The Council for the Moroccan Community Abroad (CCME) has just published the book "Idbihi 1968-1987, course of a Moroccan from Renault-Billancourt to the Olympia" (ed. Publisher Talent), in partnership with the Association of former Renault-Billancourt workers.

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.

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