After Rabat in 2013, Now It’s Chefchaouen’s Turn!

Chefchaouen will host the next Social Good Summit (SGS), with the help of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) this month: This year, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), in partnership with the urban district of Chefchaouen, will be holding its annual Social Good Summit in Chefchaouen’s Mohammed VI Complex for Sports and Culture  on Monday, September 22nd at 4 PM. The Social Good Summit (SGS) is a conference where ...

James Bond Will Head To These Three Countries In Bond 24 [CinemaBlend]

Morocco will host yet another major film production, this time it’s the new iteration of the James Bond franchise: In every James Bond movie, there are always a couple of exotic locations that 007 whisks away to. After all, international security can’t be completely served if you’re just sitting at a desk filing paperwork in England – at least not the type of international security Bond handles. Shooting locations are ...

There’s No Planet B for Youth [Huffington Post]

United Nations Secretary-General Envoy on Youth Ahmad Alhendawi cites the El Mouddaa Adaptation Initiative in Morocco as an exemplary youth-led project for sustainable resource management: [...] In our efforts to amend the injuries caused to the environment, we need to work hand-in-hand with youth to reach our goals. Youth need to be given the space and ownership to contribute actively toward ensuring sustainability of the beauty and richness of this ...

King Mohammed VI Launches Restructuring Program of Neighborhoods, Roads in Northern Morocco [All Africa]

All Africa reports on the latest development project in Morocco, targeting infrastructure in several northern cities: King Mohammed VI launched, Tuesday in the northern city of M’Diq, the restructuring program of neighborhoods and roads in the cities of Tetouan, M’diq, Fnideq and Martil. The 700-million-dirham program provides for generalizing roads in the cities of Tetouan, M’diq, Fnideq and Martil and connecting these cities to drinking water and sewage systems. Environment ...

REMDH Ready to Back Morocco’s Human Rights Achievements [MAP]

Maghreb Arab Press reports on the latest public support for Morocco’s emerging culture of Human Rights: Chairman of the Euro-Mediterranean Network for Human Rights (REMDH) Michel Tobiana, who is on a visit to Morocco along with a delegation, expressed, Tuesday in Rabat, the body’s readiness to back Morocco’s human rights achievements. Morocco choose to forge ahead with human rights and we hope to support it in this area, he told ...
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