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GADEM Publishes the “Living Together in Morocco” Toolkit

March 21 was proclaimed “International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination” in 1966 by the United Nations General Assembly, in memory of 69 people killed in Shapeville in South Africa, on March 21, 1960, during a peaceful demonstration against the laws of Apartheid.

On this occasion, GADEM launches the “Living together in Morocco” teaching kit. This toolkit aims at contributing to change opinions at migration and offer resources to combat prejudices and stereotypes in a fun and educational way, by accompanying young people living in Morocco in their questions and questions about the world in which they live, whatever their nationalities and their origins, with the aim of fostering the construction of a cosmopolitan, inclusive and plural society, and Racial discrimination and the resulting exclusion “The briefcase is designed as a tool for citizenship education on issues related to migration and the fight against discrimination.

It has been developed by GADEM, which makes it available to the national institutions. It’s a real turnkey toolkit for implementing activities for a young audience aged 7 to 14, “says Abderrahman Tlemçani, GADEM’s current chair. A press conference will be held at the premises of GADEM, this Thursday, March 21, 2019 at 11am, on the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination and to present the educational package “Living together in Morocco”. On this occasion, Mehdi Alioua, board member of GADEM and sociologist, will speak on the issue of racial discrimination in Morocco.

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