Morocco’s Elections: A Dynamic Civil Society

Issue Date January 2008
Volume 19
Issue 1
Page Numbers 42-49
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Since the 1990s, Moroccan civil society groups have been proliferating, and they are increasingly influential in addressing society-wide matters including the rights of women, ethnic minorities, and the poor. Moroccan civil society and its NGOs know that they must promote change. To do this, they are mounting advocacy and lobbying efforts to reform laws and policies that need improvement.

About the Author

Driss Khrouz is an economist and the director of the National Library of the Kingdom of Morocco. From 1993 to 2000, he coordinated the activities of the National Council for Youth and the Future.

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