Youth, Gender, and Employability in the Arab World: A Focus on Morocco

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by abertone on Jan 22, 2013

Watch the FHI 360 Symposium on Youth Gender and Employability in the Arab World: A Focus on Morocco.

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FHI 360, in collaboration with the Université Mohammed V-Agdal in Rabat, Morocco and with support from the GE Foundation, is pleased to announce the second in a series of symposia calledYouth, Gender, and Employability in the Arab World: A Focus on Morocco. The symposium will take place on 13 February 2013 on the campus of the l’Université Mohammed V-Agdal, and our audience will be from academia, civil society, government and the international community. 

FHI 360 is a leading human development organization serving more than 60 countries worldwide, and dedicated to improving lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions. The staff includes experts in gender, education, health and nutrition, democracy and governance, economic growth, environment and food security, research and technology, and organizational capacity building – creating a unique mix of capabilities to address today’s interrelated development challenges. Web 2.0 for Youth Employment

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by kbenkhadra on Jan 21, 2013
Young people in Morocco face significant barriers to employment, including lack of work experience, qualifications and a lack of access to the relevant information to find the right job. Thus as a result, young students, graduates and the unemployed have limited, if any knowledge of the demands and requirements of the Moroccan job market. The sustained growth and expansion of the Internet has become a tool for the democratization of access to information and in turn, it has become the preferred media of choice for Moroccan youth.
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