At the eve of the 8th Marchthe UFA began a petition action designed to change the mudawanah. Knowledge, Consciousness, and the Politics of Empowerment. Electoral laws have also undergone significant changes to increase the political participation of women, starting with a reform of the ballot system and electoral code inthrough the introduction of a proportional list system, followed by the institution of positive discrimination in the form of a gender quota.
In the labor market, which is marked by labor and gender division, women have growing responsibilities in ensuring the survival and well-being of the family and in doing their share of farming and of production, small trade, and services.
In the elections, Regarding the last elections ofthree women won the election, two women in the lower house and only one in the upper house.
The major issue today is to seek efficient ways to implement the new Family Law through the sensitization of women, men and families to the important changes that have been introduced in the Personal Status Code and to incite judges to apply the new law without any reservation.
Contemporarily, the most well-known feminist leader in Morocco is Fatema Mernissi. The debate became public and the plan was finally withdrawn.
The equality of men and women was not absent, but was rather integrated as one element of a broader call for democratization. This raises new questions for the feminist movements. Whenever you go around the globe and you mention the following names: Even if women were key players in what we can call the Moroccan Spring and participated in the elaboration of demands, those demands were pro-democracy and not gender-oriented.
However, in the long run, its main beneficiaries were people from the aristocracy and the upper class [ 1516 ].
Therefore, the political parties started to express a new concern in secondary social issues, which are linked to family, women, and human rights. As for feminist ideology, it included selected biographies of national and international feminist figures. For example, the woman cannot marry without a Wali, for the constitution she is always a minor till she got married.
Princess Lala Aicha was at head of different charitable associations and represented Moroccan women in several events. To continue reading, please log in or enter your email address. The debate was ideological rather than pragmatic, and, therefore, there was no strong or direct connection between these elites and ordinary Moroccans, especially rural and illiterate who were a majority.
The first voices of women in the public sphere were made possible by the liberal views of key political male actors such as prominent nationalist thinkers, the monarch, and political parties.
Support for these movements remains essential, not just for Morocco, but for the sake of social development throughout the region. Moreover, They transmitted messages and delivered money.
The empowerment of the political parties which had hosted the movement for decades was also a reason to be hopeful. King Hassan II made clear in his talk of that, it was the moment to move away from effortless acts of charity and to discuss community problems.
Representative of political parties said that the Casablanca march drew somepeople, but observers said more than double that number attended the rally, which was supported by Al Adl Wa lhssan movement of Abdesslam Yassine. As a result, the situation of women has improved over the last two decades at the social and legal levels.
None of the members of this Commission was a woman.
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