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Important events

As part of its actions to protect and promote human rights, AJIAL participated in a number of renowned events, including the "World Forum for Human Rights" and the "COP 22" held in Marrakech respectively in 2014 and 2016. These two international events which saw the participation of several representatives of governments and civil society were an opportunity to express the will of the kingdom to engage in the issue of human rights and the climate change. AJIAL has also participated in other events at the heart of the issue of human rights and democracy; for example: publishing of books dealing with equality between men and women / film screenings / seminars / cultural activities... to promote basic principles and practices of human rights.

Here are the main partnerships concluded by Ajial.

Cop 22

cop22As part of the COP 22, in 2016, the AJIAL Foundation has the privilege to finance and support several associative actors during the year of the event.

World Forum on Human Rights

cop22In December 2013, the State Secretariat for Human Rights of the Presidency of the Republic of Brazil organized the First World Forum on Human Rights (FMHR), with more than 5,000 participants from Brazil, Latin America but also several countries including Morocco.
This successful forum was held twenty years after the 1993 Vienna World Conference on Human Rights.

In the meantime, human rights values ​​have undergone continuous universalization and have become a central variable in international relations, as new treaties strengthen international human rights law.
During this same period, the United Nations system for the protection of fundamental rights has significantly strengthened and has been renewed: creation of the Human Rights Council, adoption of the Universal Periodic Review, designation of twenty- nine special procedures, entry into force of nine international instruments (two international conventions and seven optional protocols), ...

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