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- Seminar : civil society and participatory democracy
In the framework of the project the power of women, which is implemented by the Organization of Broujeto Mundo - Malal, has been organizing a series of forums - building sites Regional each of Meknes on 22 June 2013 and known post associations on the terr
These workshops are designed to raise the necessary elements for the formulation of note Trafieh addressed to the Moroccan government in order to reduce the phenomenon of violence against women. This phenomenon is now haunt those who are looking for ways to besiege and reduced, after the increased pace of this violence and numerous manifestations.
For reference, these forums organized in partnership with Amnesty International - Morocco and in cooperation with the Association of the UAF - a branch of Meknes. Has defined these forums post Aktar than 100 active and effective جمعوي representing various sectors of government and non-governmental and civil society associations, and the men of the local media and mail.