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The leaflet assembels the publications of the Council of the Moroccan Community Living Abroad (CCME). It contains surveys and studies instructed or accomplished by the council on a broad field of subjects such as identity, cultural and religious questions, Moroccan skills abroad, rights and interests of migrants, citizenship…
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.
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.
The idea of this book comes in accordance with the CCME activities that promote thinking about the relationship between media and migration , a symposium held during the first conference of Moroccan journalists in the world, in Al Jadida in February 2011 brought together 250 journalists and media professionals from 19 countries, mostly social actors and journalists in major international media.
Conceived and directed by Hakima Lebbar, psychoanalyst. This book brings together texts and visual works of over sixty women in Morocco of different religious cultures mainly Jewish, Christian and Muslim.
Proceedings of the International Symposium, bands, May 21, 2014
The CCME has published a new book entitled : "Moroccan Immigration in Spain: Portraits" which seeks to present to the Moroccan public ,the Moroccans living in Spain who managed the challenge of a positive integration in the host country but are outside the Spectrum of media attention.
This book assumes optimistically a series of theoretical propositions that will not only break with all essentialist reading of identity, but also helps to better understand the reality that it covers. It presents an overview of the issue of identity in a critical perspective. The author proposes to rethink "what is the identity on the basis of our historical conditions" to reconcile with the term, "thus preventing it to take us to the ordinary mediocrity of racism." Online ReadOnline Read
Abstract: One of the most important challenges facing the European Union over the next few decades is demographic: as birthrates continue to decline and the population ages, immigration will be needed to sustain a sufficient working-age population. This volume takes that fact as a point of departure for analyzing patterns and prospects of immigration from the Middle East and North Africa to Europe, taking into account existing migration links and current EU migration policies as well as demographic, economic, and political developments in the Middle East and North Africa.
This is the first book to analyze the important phenomenon of South-South development initiatives. Drawing on critical theories and insights from intersectional analysis, the book examines the experiences and impacts of Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) youth’s participation in South-South higher education programmes designed to maximise “self-sufficiency”. This book will be a valuable resource for students, researchers and practitioners in the areas of migration studies, refugee studies, comparative education, development and humanitarian studies, international relations, and regional studies (Latin America, Middle East, and North Africa).
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 countries. There are incentives and constraints that are provided by both origin and destination countries but the living conditions and the expected relative wages appear to be the most important sources of attraction of students to migrate. The restrictions of access to some schools such as those of medical sciences and architecture could be also driving further migration. The internationalization of the education system and the delocalization of universities in relation to globalization and trade in services are also encouraging these movements. These directions are likely to be…
Welcome and farewell: It’s under this title of Goethe’s poem that we wanted to share the contributions to the conference “Migration, Identity and Modernity in the Maghreb”, held in Essaouira from March 17 to 20, 2010. This conference is an initiative made by French and Moroccan academics, joined by colleagues from around the world in a common commitment to a pluralist reading of the recent history of Morocco and the Maghreb. Hosted in Essaouira and supported by two authorities responsible for human rights and the implementation of the recommendations of the Equity and Reconciliation Commission, the conference attempted to address, publicly, for the first time in the Maghreb, the question of the departure of Jews, repositioned in its historical depth…
The model of Islam in Europe raises in the current context, a crucial debate. This cult is gradually becoming a component of the European countries, marked by a cultural secularism and the emergence of new generations of Muslims. Communities of believers, both public and private players in Europe, and the public opinion are questioning the terms and conditions of living together. Bringing together a panel of scholars, cultural practitioners and religious leaders, this publication presents the work of the second conference on Islam in Europe, organized by the Council for the Moroccan community abroad and is an important contribution to a never-ending debate. The process of integrating Islam in European countries, marked with a "cultural secularism" and the emergence of…
"In ten or twenty years, your Royal Highness can be certain that Morocco will occupy a crucial place in the world of painting" André Malraux to Princess Lalla Malika (Paris ,June 1963). The deep commitment of Andre Elbaz for Morocco, his sense of humor in recounting some of the experiences he went through, his love for the local language, his interest in the youth of his country, his faith in its future, his generosity (he spontaneously offered in 2007 to the future National Museum of Contemporary Art in Rabat a donation of 15 major works), his happiness to return to his country to show the product of a significant part of half a century of struggle turn this retrospective and…
This symposium is a first, both in the history of Moroccan sportsmen of the world and that of immigration. It represents a significant contribution to the development of sport in Morocco. Over 150 participants from Morocco and thirteen other countries took part in the conference, the highlight of the event was undeniably the tribute paid to active and retired sportsmen, both veteran and from younger generations. The conference emphasized new research materials on the history of sport and tackled the crucial issue of Moroccan athletes’ mobility.
Due to historical dynamics, a growing population of Muslim confession is settling in Europe gradually turning Islam into a European reality. This anchoring leaves local populations, governments and all social actors (political parties, NGOs, media) faced with several challenges. This publication brings together all the contributions presented at the international conference on "Teaching about religion, religious education and training of Muslim religious leaders" organized in Strasbourg by the Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad, under the patronage of the Secretary General of the Council of Europe. Away from controversy, which too often surrounds the debate on Islam and Muslims in Europe, this book combines scientific rigor, the testimonies of the players in the field and the views of public authorities.

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