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Jadaliyya LIVE EVENT – From the Front Lines: A Conversation on Women’s Rights in Morocco (12 March 2021)

Jadaliyya are hosting a special event on contemporary women’s rights, human rights, and press freedom in Morocco on 12 March at 4pm BST. The event, moderated by Jadaliyya co-editor Samia Errazzouki in both Arabic and English, features a panel of experts who approach the topic from a variety angles. It is designed to give an overall survey on the contemporary situation of the aforementioned topics as they relate to Morocco, providing insights into the country from the perspective of journalists, writers, lawyers, and activists who have challenged patriarchal state dynamics firsthand. Also among the speakers will be experts who work on a policy-level and have proposed recommendations which address the struggles featured in this event.  More information here

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Radio interview with Natalya Vince, discussing the roles of Algerian women after independence.

In the 11 March 2017 episode of the history programme Fach’hadou on Chaine 3 (link below courtesy of www.radioalgerie.dz), Natalya Vince explores the participation of women in Algerian society after independence in 1962. She discusses the drivers of the early successes included a level of participation of women in Algerian politics ahead of its time. A backlash followed their efforts at mobilisation in the 1960s and despite educational advances, marginalisation set in during the 1970s and 1980s. For other weekly episodes exploring Algerian history, go to http://www.radioalgerie.dz/chaine3/fachhadou

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