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Marrakech-Safi: Regional Meeting on Mechanisms Against Gender-Based Violence

In partnership with the Polytechnic College of Safi and in coordination with the Bar Association and the Regional Committee for Women Victims of Violence, the Regional Human Rights Commission of Marrakech-Safi Region (CRDH) organizes a Regional Meeting on Mechanisms against Gender-based Violence on Thursday 26 May 2022, at 3 pm, at the Polytechnic College of Safi, Morocco.

This event is part of the national campaign Manskotch Ala El Onf (Speak out against gender-based violence) launched by the National Human Rights Council (CNDH) from 25 November 2021 to 25 November 2022. It is also a contribution to the CNDH regional forums on gender-based violence at universities.

This regional meeting falls within the framework of the CNDH strategic program on promoting human rights culture mainly at universities. It is also part of the implementation of the CNDH constitutional mandate related to protecting and promoting human rights.

This event aims to facilitate understanding issues related to violence against women, raise awareness on the seriousness of this phenomenon, and encourage using remedies. It also intends to involve universities and civil and human rights actors in discussions on the issue of the effective implementation of legal and institutional provisions and remedies to combat gender-based violence, reduce impunity and break the culture of silence and non-reporting.

This meeting will be moderated by experts from the judiciary, the Bar Association, the Polytechnic College, and the CRDH.

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