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Supporting State-Civil Society Dialogue in Morocco


The project is to focus on developing a space for dialogue on key current socio-economic issues in Morocco that may have an impact on stability in the country. The purpose is to permit key stakeholders to better understand each other´s perspectives in order to potentially develop inclusive solutions to the country´s immediate socio-economic concerns, at a critical time in Morocco’s political evolution. In terms of cross-cutting themes, the project falls under the human rights theme, specially economic and social rights. Overall Objective: Stability of Transition Process in Morocco Supported through Socio-Economic Dialogue Specific objectives: 1) Inclusive Dialogue Process for Confidence Building Among Key Socio-Economic Actors Supported 2) Consensual Policy Recommendations on Specific Socio-economic Challenges Formulated 3) Inclusive Consultative Policy Planning Processes Adopted by Key Socio-Economic Actors Key stakeholders: State Officials: Ministry of Finance and Economy, the Economic and Social Council Labour Unions: Union Marocaine du Travail (UMT), Union General des Travailleurs du Maroc (UGTM), Union National du Travail au Maroc (UNTM), Confédération Démocratique du Travail (CDT) Business : Confédération General des Employeurs du Maroc (CGEM) Civil Society Organizations : Organizations active in the field of economic and social rights, including youth and women focused groups.


2013: 200 000 €
2014: 100 000 €

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Objectives monitored by OECD's Development Assistance Committee

Participatory development/Good governance

Field of activity

Human rights 30%
Democratic participation and civil society 70%

Type of aid

Project-type interventions

Funding channel

Crisis Management Initiative
Ecole de Gouvernance et d'Economie de Rabat (EGE)



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Updated 8/30/2016

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