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Newsletter, Issue 19, November 2010

EDITORIAL

The 19th issue of CCDH Newsletter highlights the implementation process of the Equity and Reconciliation Commission’s recommendations, regarding the field of Memory, Archive and History. It sheds light on to the organization of several thematic meetings under the Follow-up Program of the Implementation of the Equity and Reconciliation Commission’s recommendations (IER2). The Program is funded by the European Union and implemented by the Advisory Council.

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COMMUNITY REPARATION: PROGRESS SITUATION AND MID-TERM WORK REVIEW

The steering committee of the Community Reparation Program (Program) held its eighth meeting on 2 November 2010, at the headquarters of the Council.

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THE PARLIAMENT INVITED TO REFLECT ON THE PHENOMENON OF TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS

Finalizing the study on the trafficking in persons phenomenon, the Advisory Council on Human Rights (CCDH) held a meeting with members of the Parliament House of Councillors and House of Representatives, on 12 Novembers 2010, at the headquarters of the Council in Rabat.

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TRAINING SESSION: CCDH REGIONAL OFFICIALS AND LOCAL STAKEHOLDERS REFLECT ON INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS INSTRUMENTS

Forty participants attended the training session provided by Mr. El Haiba, CCDH Secretary General.

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CALL FOR THE INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF CITIZENSHIP AND HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION CLUBS IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND INCREASE OF THEIR BUDGETS

The participants of a workshop on citizenship and human rights education clubs in educational institutions called for the institutionalization of these clubs and the increase of their budget to support them.

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FOR A HUMAN RIGHTS APPROACH IN FAVOR OF WOMEN WORKING IN INFORMAL SECTORS

In line with the project of “new methodologies in the field of human rights and calls for local development”, the Women of the South Association launched a project to organize women working in the informal sectors.

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“A MEMORY FOR THE FUTURE”: AWARENESS DAYS IN HAY MOHAMMADI ON THE COMMUNITY REPARATION PROGRAM

The coordination unit of the community reparation program in Hay Mohammadi organized awareness days on the program on the theme “a memory for the future”.

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MEDIA: KEY ELEMENT IN HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION

“Family and Childhood Space” association organized, in partnership with CCDH regional office in Ouarzazate, the Press Club, the Democratic League of Women’s Rights and 4 Bac forums, the third training sessions for young journalists, from 5 to 14 November 2010.

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LAAYOUNE EVENTS: CCDH STRESSES THAT THE CREDIBILITY OF INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANIZATIONS NECESSITATES “IMPARTIALITY AND NON-SELECTIVITY”

Following a press release of Front Line, a non-governmental organization based in Ireland, on the events of Laayoune and a letter sent by the organization to the Council on the subject, the Advisory Council on Human Rights (CCDH) stressed that the credibility of any international human rights organization necessitates that they should be “impartial and non-selective”.

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CCDH PRESIDENT CALLS FOR THE INTERVENTION OF BAN KI-MOON TO RELEASE SIDI MOULOUD AND ENSURE HIS RIGHT TO LIFE

CCDH President met Sidi Mouloud’s father and sent a letter to the UN Secretary General calling for intervention.

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