PANDDH: Involving the University in the Implementation Process
The Ministry of State for Human Rights organizes in partnership with Hassan II University at the Faculty of Legal, Economic and Social Sciences of Mohammedia on Monday, March 12th, 2018, a meeting on “ PANDDH: Involving the University in the Implementation Process”
This is the third meeting held in a university about PANDDH. Earlier the Ministry held two other meetings in partnership with Ibn Zohr University (January 2018) and Abdelamlek Esssadi in Tangier (February 2018). These meetings are organized in application of the Plan (PANNDH)’s recommendations related to its diffusion.
This program involves a series of meetings organized by the Ministry in partnership with Moroccan universities at the Faculties of Legal, Economic and Social Sciences in many cities: Settat, Marrakesh, Casablanca, Sale, Rabat, Oujda, Meknes and Fes (download the schedule).
The meeting’s agenda puts into perspective a set of issues related to the Plan's implementation and the ways of the involvement of the university in this process.
The panel of speakers will include Mr. El Mustapha Ramid, the Minister of State for Human Rights, Mr. Mohammed Essabar, the Secretary-General of the National Human Rights Council, Mr. Idriss Mansouri, the President of Hassan II University, Mr. Jamal Hattabi, the Dean of the Faculty of Legal, Economic and Social Sciences of Mohammedia and Mr. Said Khamri, the Head of the Department of Public Law of the Faculty of Legal, Economic and Social Sciences of Mohammedia.
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