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Interactive workshop: Lanzarote Convention and Child Protection System in Morocco

The National Human Rights Council (CNDH), in partnership with the Council of Europe (CoE) office in Morocco, will organize an interactive workshop on sexual offenses against children entitled: The Lanzarote Convention and the Child Protection System in Morocco, on Tuesday 24 October 2023, at 8.30 am at the CNDH’s headquarters in Rabat, Morocco.

This meeting aims to shed light on the additional value of the CoE Convention on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse and highlight the importance of its ratification and accession in strengthening the child protection system in Morocco.

At this interactive workshop, stakeholders will discuss issues related to the protection of children and the international and regional normative framework (Lanzarote Convention). They will also share insights on national and international NGOs’ best practices and experiences related to protecting children from sexual offenses.

National/international experts, representatives of governmental/non-governmental sectors, and a group of children who participated in the CNDH regional consultations will take part in this event.