The first volume of a new press provides an introduction to exceptional scholars whose work seeks to engage the public.
Morocco’s situation shows how vocational education does not necessarily yield the results that some advocates have hoped for.
Medical students’ protests stopped the Ministry of Health’s attempt to make it mandatory for students to work in remote areas after graduation.
A Moroccan intellectual has stopped eating, saying the government has blocked him from leaving the country.
Students who publicly support the independence of the disputed territory say they face harsh retaliation and discrimination.
A small bookstore tries to convince Moroccan youth that books are not just for the intellectual elite.
Abderrahim Ouarghidi tries to help strengthen villages in rural Morocco by letting them decide what they need.
Young Moroccan men pursue pre-marital sex aggressively but often condemn women who have it. Both genders need better sex education, health officials say.
The language spoken by the Berbers was officially recognized in Morocco ten years ago. But its educational role is still in question.
After being accepted by universities, Moroccan students then face a big obstacle: Finding housing.