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Bryn Mawr College

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Fall 2018

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Morocco: Migration and Transnational Identity


This paper explores the relationship between migrants seeking socio-economic integration in Morocco, the organizations facilitating that integration, and the Moroccan government, which determines the bounds within which socio-economic integration takes place. A background in government policy on migration and economic integration, as well as previously gathered data on the ways in which migrants integrate into the economy, forms the foundation for the study. Data collection and analysis from three organizations providing programs within Morocco to support migrants' economic integration provides insight into the ways in which policies and migrants' needs influence the programs that NGOs and other community organizations provide in practice.


African Studies | Economics | International Relations | Politics and Social Change | Race, Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies | Social Welfare


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