A strategic project launched by the Kingdom

The apprenticeship is not limited to that of childhood and youth. It is a process that certainly starts at a young age, but never stops. In Morocco, governments have taken several initiatives to promote the principle of lifelong learning, which is part of the education project, one of the Kingdom’s first priorities, said HM King … Read more

Fast Fashion: how do you move towards more responsible fashion?

ECOLOGICAL AWARENESS AND CONSUMPTION Millennials and Generation Z are deeply engaged and aware of the challenges of the climate crisis. This can be seen in particular in the emergence of numerous movements in favor of the climate, the craze on social networks to fight against global warming, or even the boycott of major fast fashion … Read more

National consultations, one of the keys to revitalizing public schools

The department of Benmoussa has made significant efforts to reform education, in particular through its initiative to engage in an institutional debate with the various stakeholders, in order to contribute to the enrichment of its roadmap for public schools. Are we moving towards a better and fairer education system? In response to a central oral … Read more

Challenges and obstacles of a booming industry

Despite criticisms of their tuition fees, which remain quite high, private educational institutions in Morocco continue to attract many Moroccans who have now lost confidence in public schools. Proof of this is the figures from the Alliance for Private Education in Morocco, which indicated that this sector achieved a turnover of about 20 billion dirhams … Read more

“I didn’t think I’d go this far”

In 2019, the child Nour was eliminated during the battles of the sixth edition of The Voice Kids. She is coached by Soprano. The rapper then claims that his level allows him to compete with adults. Nour patiently until she was 16, the age that allowed her to try her luck in The Voice “adults”, … Read more

Rural Sciences, a breeding ground for starting researchers

Teach school and rural students what the atom is made of; give them the opportunity to hold elections between schoolchildren, to form the office of their school’s scientific club …, this is the bet launched by the Moroccan Association of Small Resources (AMPD), with 21 schools and colleges, through the “Sciences in Rural Areas” program. … Read more

Amine Naji, for the better and for the future

The undisputed star of the first season of “Al Madi La Yamout”, broadcast on Al Aoula – the second had fallen into delirium -, Amine Naji resurfaced on 2M during Ramadan 2022, kissing some and hitting right. . In this interview without gloves, the artist changes more shirts than ideas and lets a welcome candor … Read more

How the fashion industry is fighting polluting fast fashion

The global fashion industry weighs 3,000 billion dollars and includes clothing, bags and shoes or even sportswear. But the segment that generates the most profit is fast fashion. The principle: constantly offering new creations at ridiculous prices. Common fast fashion brands are Zara, H&M, UNIQLO, GAP, Forever 21 and Topshop. But this lightning-fast renewal of … Read more

Samia Orosemane, a prankster who makes jokes

Muslim, Amazigh, veiled, turbaned, masked like a West Indian… All the ingredients are there for clichés to flourish, for crimes of non-compliance to flourish in a colorful and multicultural French society. Wouldn’t she be a little Arabic too? Samia is French and proves it through the characters she creates, who encounter native whites at length … Read more

Anne Hidalgo’s look without shine or smudges: between being and appearing

The mayor of Paris, a presidential candidate, has turned her very conventional appearance into a gateway to her privacy. Brushed Square Fitted Blazer: At first glance, Anne Hidalgo’s uniform is a stereotype of the female politician. A look chosen so as not to stand out, a form of erasure to leave room for the ‘content’ … Read more