MIPA Institute

While Morocco’s Migration Policy aims to be humanitarian and inclusive, there are challenges that impede full implementation of these objectives
Morocco and the EU have laid out an ambitious roadmap for a “partnership of shared prosperity,” but the relationship remains technocratic and largely transactional
MIPA Institute is hiring a “Research Assistant”
Since the abolition of direct employment in the public sector in 2012, the protests of Morocco’s diplômés chômeurs faded, but the cycle of protests started to rise once again
In Breaking with Iran, Morocco cozies up to the Trump Administration to Protect its Regional Interests
This study attempts to shed light on Moroccan Salafis’ perception of themselves and their Social and Political Environment.

Our Team


Mohammed Masbah

Director

Mustapha Hadji

Associate Fellow

Yasmina Abouzzohour

Associate Fellow

Sawsene Nejjar

Associate Fellow

Said Saddiki

Associate Fellow

Souad Ahmadoun

Associate Fellow

Abdellatif Chentouf

Associate Fellow


Research



Morocco’s Migration Policy: Understanding the Contradiction between Policy and Reality

While Morocco’s Migration Policy aims to be humanitarian and inclusive, there are challenges that impede full implementation of these objectives
30 June 2019 Anna JacobsAnna Jacobs

EU-Morocco: a win-win partnership?

Morocco and the EU have laid out an ambitious roadmap for a “partnership of shared prosperity,” but the relationship remains technocratic and largely transactional
30 June 2019 Chloe TeevanChloe Teevan

The Resurrection of the “Diplômés Chômeurs” Protests in Morocco

Since the abolition of direct employment in the public sector in 2012, the protests of Morocco’s diplômés chômeurs faded, but the cycle of protests started to rise once again
8 June 2019 Nadia El BaouneNadia El Baoune

Why did Morocco cut its diplomatic ties with Iran?

In Breaking with Iran, Morocco cozies up to the Trump Administration to Protect its Regional Interests
30 May 2019 Anna JacobsAnna Jacobs

How Do Moroccan “Quietist” Salafis Think?

This study attempts to shed light on Moroccan Salafis’ perception of themselves and their Social and Political Environment.
10 May 2019 Mohammed MasbahMohammed Masbah

Moroccan Institute for Policy Analysis

MIPA is a non-profit independent research institution based in Rabat, Morocco. Founded by a group of transdisciplinary researchers, MIPA’s mission is to produce systematic and in-depth analysis of relevant policy issues that lead to new and innovative ideas for solving some of the most pressing issues relating to democracy.



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