MIPA Institute

Although Morocco declared a state of health emergency in real time, it remains unprepared to face the challenges threatening public health
Heavy security presence on the streets, restricted transport movement, limited economic and social activities, internationally extremist narrative shifting to cyberspace and increasing media focus on health issues led to a decline in the dismantling of terrorist cells during the lockdown
The Parliament and Beyond: Regenerating trust by exploring the roots of its shortage
Many countries in the Middle East and North Africa still struggle to manage the coronavirus, but Morocco’s response suggests an important evolution in civil-military relations
Despite the significant decline in the number of illegal immigrants to Europe, which decreased due to the health emergency, the irregular migration for those coming from sub-Saharan Africa has not decreased in spite of the restrictions imposed on inter-city movement
Morocco’s water policies for irrigation have amplified water scarcity, it’s time to think differently

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


Did Morocco Declare a State of Emergency in the Real Time?

Although Morocco declared a state of health emergency in real time, it remains unprepared to face the challenges threatening public health
10 November 2020 Loukili YounessLoukili Youness
53min 152

Combating Terrorism in Morocco during Lockdown

Heavy security presence on the streets, restricted transport movement, limited economic and social activities, internationally extremist narrative shifting to cyberspace and increasing media focus on health issues led to a decline in the dismantling of terrorist cells during the lockdown
2 November 2020 Maha GhaziMaha Ghazi
39min 278

Irregular Migrants and Coronavirus: A Double Suffering

Despite the significant decline in the number of illegal immigrants to Europe, which decreased due to the health emergency, the irregular migration for those coming from sub-Saharan Africa has not decreased in spite of the restrictions imposed on inter-city movement
86min 677

Trust in Institutions Index 2020: The Parliament and Beyond

The Parliament and Beyond: Regenerating trust by exploring the roots of its shortage
21 October 2020 MIPA InstituteMIPA Institute
23min 1290

Trust in Institutions Index: presentation of key findings

Trust in Institutions Index: presentation of key findings
9 January 2020 MIPA InstituteMIPA Institute
1min 357

Trust in Institutions Index: Preliminary Findings

The Moroccan Institute for Policy Analysis (MIPA) has completed a study on the Trust in Institutions Index to be published as an annual report in order to measure and analyze Moroccans’ level of confidence in various political and economic institutions
11 December 2019 MIPA InstituteMIPA Institute
10min 2262

Research



Did Morocco Declare a State of Emergency in the Real Time?

Although Morocco declared a state of health emergency in real time, it remains unprepared to face the challenges threatening public health
10 November 2020 Loukili YounessLoukili Youness

Combating Terrorism in Morocco during Lockdown

Heavy security presence on the streets, restricted transport movement, limited economic and social activities, internationally extremist narrative shifting to cyberspace and increasing media focus on health issues led to a decline in the dismantling of terrorist cells during the lockdown
2 November 2020 Maha GhaziMaha Ghazi

Trust in Institutions Index 2020: The Parliament and Beyond

The Parliament and Beyond: Regenerating trust by exploring the roots of its shortage
21 October 2020 MIPA InstituteMIPA Institute

Shared Responsibility: Moroccan Civil-Military Relations and COVID-19

Many countries in the Middle East and North Africa still struggle to manage the coronavirus, but Morocco’s response suggests an important evolution in civil-military relations
16 October 2020 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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