Morocco & USA civic engagement, climate action, advancing equitable access to opportunity

By Catherine Ratté One might think it impossible to talk about anything other than the World Cup when visiting Morocco in December 2022 but participating in the Professional Fellows Program

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Women Businesses

By Amy Shapiro Each day in Agadir and Marrakech expanded an understanding of the contrast between the two cities of Moroccan life & culture, and how the U.S. and Morocco

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Morocco’s Built Environment: tradition, modernization and climate change

By Jessica Schultz My trip to Morocco has primarily featured cultural site visits – locations in Casablanca and Rabat. While none of us were fond of Casablanca, and we did

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Private Lives / Public Art

by Finn Lefevre (they/them) Long sleeves, cover my tattoos. In 1962, article 489 of the Penal Code officially criminalized queerness in Morocco. Hair pulled back, no makeup. Since then, countless

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Everyone Can Do Something

By Julia Arreaga From the moment we applied to the Professional Fellows Program, expectations have been high (on both sides), and the excitement has only increased. Since the first week,

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Migration: The hard quest for a better life. A Guatemalan Professional Fellow’s Journey

By Allan Barrera (Guatemala) “I hope you live a life you’re proud of, and, if you find that you’re not, I hope you have the strength to start over” F.

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It Changed my Way of Seeing Life

By Lia López In this space I will share my experience in El Paso, Texas, which totally changed my way of thinking, feeling and my appreciation about life. This story

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I loved this Day

By Onelia Odeth Díaz Súchite Hello, I’m Onelia Díaz, from Guatemala, I work as a Specialist in Food Security, with a focus on Gender, in the Non-Government Organization “Paz y

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