Morocco’s efforts to promote gender equality were the focus of an interview, on Monday (September 16th) in Rabat, between House Speaker Habib El Malki and a delegation of Australian women diplomats.
Gender equality in Morocco was the focus of a meeting between House Speaker Habib El Malki and a delegation of Australian women diplomats. A meeting was held in the presence of Khadija Ziyani, Chair of the Thematic Working Group on Equality and Gender Issues, an international club founded in 1964 with 350 members from 55 countries.
The question of women, in particular, assured the president, is at the heart of the concerns of the Parliament, in particular with the creation of the Thematic Working Group in charge of the issues of equality and parity. And to add that “Australia and Morocco are two countries open to the world, attached to the universal values that are those of the UN system “.
Meantime, members of the delegation led by Barbara Hall Christen Reeve and Fatine Charrat Medrek described as “interesting” the progress accumulated in the economic, political and social fields in Morocco. “We want to see what has been done in the field of human development and what has been accomplished to promote the status of women,” said former Australian Senate Speaker Margaret Elisabeth.