Compulsory human rights courses start next year, official
Morocco, Culture, 5/30/2001
Morocco's human rights minister, Mohamed Aujjar, announced on Tuesday that compulsory human rights courses will start as of next academic year.
The minister explained during the question time at the Chamber of Advisors (upper house) that teachers and education inspectors received a special training and school syllabi were developed to teach young generations the human rights culture. He added that the government's policy, which makes of human rights one of its priorities, means to enforce the new authority concept announced by King Mohammed VI.
He also announced that the government has prepared a draft on the creation of the Ombudsman institution that will be ruling on breaches and abuses in the administrative authorities' relations with citizens.
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