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CCME : The Moroccan-American Meeting starts in Washington DC

Saturday, 24 October 2015

The workshop organized by the « Administration, users' rights and public policy" (ADUPP) of the Moroccan Council for the Moroccan community abroad (CCME) started this Friday 23th october in Washington DC. The meeting  on “the Moroccan constitution in action within the Moroccan community abroad: a review from July 2011 to july 2015” began with Mrs Nadia Serhani’s speech, the CCME member in the United States.

The conference is organized in partnership with the American Moroccan Legal Empowerment Network (AMLEN) and the Alliance for Rule of Law Promotion & Alternative Dispute Resolution (ARPA). The goal of this first meeting in the United States, is to make an assessment of the Moroccan Constitution’s articles (art.16, art.17, art.18 and art.30) linked to the Moroccan community abroad.

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American and Moroccan experts, professors, members of the Moroccan and American  civil society will talk about the Moroccan-American community in the United States, American-Moroccan academic cooperation and the new generation of Americans from Moroccan descent.  Each speaker will expose a specific subject linked to the moroccan community in the USA

More than 150.000 americans from Moroccan descent live in the United States. This population is known for it’s high education : 41% are graduated from Moroccan and American universities. The Moroccan-American civil society is also one of the most active in the world.  

Other meetings of the ADUPP will take place in several states of the United States and Canada next year.

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