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Film Review: On The Way to School

The documentary ‘On The Way To School’, directed by Frenchman Pascal Plisson, follows four children on their long and challenging journeys to school.

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Women for Expo – Jamila Wadjinny: Moroccan women are making great strides in agriculture

“We are now seeing women in high level management positions in big multinational companies, women who have their own companies, women who are selling agricultural products… And I believe they are on the same level as men in this sector.”

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African ministers agree to boost STI infrastructure

Africa’s education and science ministers have agreed to work together to boost scientific education and infrastructure and develop new monitoring and evaluation systems to track their progress. continue reading »

Murder of Senegalese migrant overshadows ‘radically new’ politics of migration in Morocco

Over the past few weeks, gruesome images have circulated depicting the ghastly murder of Charles Ndour, a twenty-five-year-old Senegalese migrant living in Morocco. Besides the outrage sparked in Senegal and Morocco by the conditions surrounding his death, the handling of the affair by Moroccan authorities has resulted in a fiasco overshadowing the progress achieved in the country to establish a “radically new” politics of migration.

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Here Africa/5: Interview with Faouzi Bensaïdi

Faouzi Bensaïdi is a Moroccan film director, actor, screenwriter and artistHis film A Thousand Months was screened in Un Certain Regard section at the Cannes Film Festival. In 2011, Death For Sale premiered at the Toronto film Festival. The film was selected as the Moroccan entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards. Bensaïdi is among the African artists of Here Africa exhibition.

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Sahara Screenings: World’s Most Remote Film Festival Prepares for Another Run

“Unlike most things planted in the desert, the FiSahara film festival has taken root and continues to grow and flourish,” says Spanish film star Javier Bardem describing the unlikely success of the world’s most remote film festival.

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