Women, Gender, and Politics in Morocco
AbstractThis article analyzes the intersection of gender, women’s activism, and political participation in Morocco in a socio-political approach. The emergence of women’s activism is an answer to the gender-based discrimination in the country. Women’s non-government organizations (NGOs) struggle for women’s rights and participate actively in the feminization and democratization of the public sphere to ensure sustainable development. They create progressive social change through the mobilization and participation of women. The role of women’s NGO’s (liberal and Islamic alike) in the struggle against gender inequalities is remarkable in regard of their efforts to consolidate democracy and social justice and to challenge traditional thinking and inequitable, oppressive, undemocratic, sexist practices of governance. Despite the different approaches, they act together to achieve women’s rights in a variety of places. View Full-Text
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Ennaji, M. Women, Gender, and Politics in Morocco. Soc. Sci. 2016, 5, 75.
Ennaji M. Women, Gender, and Politics in Morocco. Social Sciences. 2016; 5(4):75.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ennaji, Moha. 2016. "Women, Gender, and Politics in Morocco." Soc. Sci. 5, no. 4: 75.
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