Morocco

An amendment to the Nationality Code will allow mothers married to foreigners to pass on Moroccan citizenship to their children.
Le débat reste toujours ouvert, alors que le projet de réforme bute sur le mode d'application.
Aux dernières nouvelles, le projet de loi électorale, qui a été déposé au Parlement, fait l'objet d'un débat depuis hier à la commission de l'Intérieur de la Chambre des représentants.
The women’s movement in Morocco – which now bridges secular and religious communities – is setting an example of the power of social thought in a traditional society.
Morocco is making major changes to religious education, in particular regarding whether young girls should wear headscarves.
La marche est une occasion pour le mouvement féminin marocain de renouer avec l'esprit d'unité, d'action et de propositions.
Her participation in the Caravan supported by WLUML, Najlah Atamnah of Alssiwar - The Arab Movement for Supporting Women Victims of Sexual Violence, tells us more about her experiences and the work of those involved.
Single mothers in Morocco suffer severe legal and social stigma. To offset those disadvantages, a longtime advocate is pushing to use the country's new DNA paternity law to help women identify the fathers.
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