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"On Moroccan Women's Condition" Subtitled in English

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Uploaded on Aug 14, 2011

This project was conducted by 8 young and talented Moroccan Students in Casablanca as part of the Dounia Project Video Exchange program . They have chosen to adress the issue of women's conditions in the kingdom because they had been witnessing violence committed towards women in their respective environments. Using flip Cams Provided to them by the Dounia Project (NGO), they worked hard on research, have managed to set up interviews with civil society representatives as well as diverse citizen. They have asked questions, learned, analyzed and came up with answers. These young men and women aged 14 to 17 are now ready to share their project with their communities, their peers in NYC, and the world!

Thi video has lately won an award in the 1001 Stories of Common Ground Positive Change in Action Contest!
Check it out on: http://www.1001cgstories.org

About Dounia Project:

The Dounia Project aims at creating a safe and nurturing space where students from different urban areas around the world can complete their homework and participate in a set of extracurricular activities during non-school hours, which will allow them to develop the necessary skills to compete in an increasingly globalized world. The overall goal of this initiative is to create a global network of programs where young people can communicate with each other and find ways to make their world a better place.

www.douniaproject.org
https://www.facebook.com/DouniaProject

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