Civil and political rights - Morocco

Morocco: Gender and the Transitional Justice Process

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The report examines the integration of gender issues in the transitional justice process in Morocco. Supervised by the Equity and Reconciliation Commission (IER in French), the transitional justice process is aimed at encouraging dialogue and national reconciliation after the "Lead Years", a period in which human rights violations were massive. The research analyses whether the IER responses, judicial or extrajudicial, have taken into account gender inequality and violence against women, even if the systematic and cross-cutting considerations of the differentiated impact of violation on men and women was not one of the IER' s objectives. 

Infos

  • Type of publication : Study / Report
  • Author : Julie Guillerot
  • Publishing house : International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ)
  • Publication date : 2011
  • Number of pages : 40
  • Language : English

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National Broadcasting and Television Society - SNRT
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Cairo Center for Development (CCD)
Helwan Association for Community Development (Bashayer)
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Psycho Social Counseling Center for Women (PSCCW)
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Center of Women'  s Studies and Policies (CWSP)
Amal Wazan for women football
Palestinian Working Woman Society for Development
Right and Democracy Organization
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Future Association for Development - Batna
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