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Project details

  • Organization name: GADEM
  • Location: Morocco
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Through the MACS advocacy grant, the project aims to advocate for the rights of foreign and migrant individuals in Morocco, especially those from West and Central Africa. It plans to achieve this through various activities, including legal analysis and advocacy campaigns focused on reforming Law No. 02-03, which governs the status of foreigners in Morocco. The project will leverage significant anniversary events, such as the 10th anniversary of the adoption of the National Immigration and Asylum Strategy, to engage stakeholders and raise awareness about the challenges faced by migrants and non-Moroccan nationals. Additionally, the project will conduct research and data collection to provide evidence of rights violations and discriminatory practices. Through capacity-building workshops and community engagement initiatives, the project aims to empower migrants and advocate for their rights effectively.

This content was published in the context of our ‘Minorities, Accountability and Civic Space’ (MACS) programme. Learn more >

MACS is funded by the European Union.