Morocco’s Family Reforms Bear Fruit

In its Middle East blog, The Pomegranate, The Economist considers how primary school graduation rates have improved dramatically in Morocco since King Mohammed VI acceded to the throne, while the Family Law and a growing civil society have curbed child labor in the country, as well. From The Pomegranate: Morocco’s children have had a better lot since King Mohammed VI succeeded his father as ruler 15 years ago. More that ...