The CCME launches a series of training conferences on the theme “Moroccan Sahara: truth and history”

The CCME and the FSJES are initiating a series of training seminars on the theme “Moroccan Sahara: truth and history” to commemorate the 46th anniversary of the Green March.

A series of roughly thirty video-conferences are so arranged as part of the agreement agreed between the Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad (CCME) and the Faculty of Legal, Economic, and Social Sciences (FSJES) of Rabat.

These seminars will provide a large audience with access to historical research and analysis on the Moroccan Sahara issue, as well as data on socioeconomic and humanitarian progress in the provinces. The South, as well as changes in the regional and international contexts, international organizations’ reports, and treaties dealing with the issue of national sovereignty.

The content of the autonomy proposal, as well as the suggestions of the Special Commission on the Development Model’s report, will be given special attention in order to continue the development process of the Kingdom’s southern areas at all levels.

They will be shown beginning November 5, 2021 on AwacerTV, the CCME’s digital portal dedicated to immigration and Moroccans around the world. Digital partner sites and public broadcasters will also carry the program.

Mr. Abdellah Boussouf, Secretary General of the CCME, highlighted that “the debut of training on digital platforms was determined by three decisive dimensions” in his assessment on training series programming.

The first is tied to Moroccans’ extraordinary attachment to their mother country, which they exhibit on a daily basis and at all times.

The second factor is the position of the Moroccan Sahara issue in the views of all Moroccans, which the King has affirmed several times, most recently in his speech honoring the 30th anniversary of the Green March (2005).

“We praise the effective role of our expatriate population, which we see as a major asset for the future Morocco.” Even better, we see it at the heart of people who have dedicated themselves with entire sincerity to the growth of our country and the protection of its territorial integrity and worldwide impact, while keeping firmly attached to their authentic Moroccan identity,” he said.

The third dimension is tied to the CCME’s goal of “giving accurate and organized scientific knowledge on the issue of the Moroccan Sahara to Moroccans around the world, in order to become familiar with its history, identify all the factors associated with it, and learn about Morocco’s efforts to achieve peace and development at regional and global levels.”

The program’s goal is to educate young Moroccans with the history and geography of the Kingdom’s southern regions, as well as to learn about economic, cultural, and social facts, as well as the level of development of the southern provinces since their arrival.

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