This project seeks to understand to what extent immigrants are included in left-wing politics in Morocco. In 2011, King Mohammed VI named Morocco an executive constitutional monarchy. One can argue that this means Morocco is moving in the direction of democracy, but is democracy what left-wing political parties are truly advocating for? And if they are, does the left include marginalized people it advocates for? Particularly, how are immigrants fighting for their own rights in Morocco, and to what extent are Moroccan left-wing political parties centering and uplifting the voices of immigrants, if at all?
Migration Studies | Near and Middle Eastern Studies | Politics and Social Change
Brown, Sam, "“We Are The Gap: Understanding the Inclusion of Immigrants in Moroccan Left-Wing Politics”" (2018). Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection. 2829.