Fatima takes a stand: a young Moroccan’s journey to empower youth

22-year-old activist Fatima Benoughazi is on a mission to stop the recruitment of young Moroccans into violent extremist groups.

How Moroccan activists are countering online recruitment into violent extremism

Our local team’s Facebook campaigns are spreading nonviolent narratives among Moroccan youth.

Inclusive Dialogue within Women’s Rights Movements in the Middle East and North Africa

While huge advances in women’s rights and equality have been made since the beginning of the millennium, women in many Middle-Eastern and North African countries still face social, economic, and cultural challenges. Fluid transition processes across the MENA region have led to increased polarization within societies, dividing those […]

Join A Magnificent Moroccan Odyssey

SPACE IS LIMITED Beautiful seaside gardens. The arid Sahara. Sprawling souks filled with one of a kind handicrafts. Magnificent mosques. All this and more awaits you in Morocco, home to one of Search for Common Ground’s most fascinating and innovative country programs since 2001. Join your fellow Search […]

Favorable Opportunities to Reinforce Self-Advancement for Today’s Youth

Our Youth Councils in Morocco increase the ability of young people to advocate for their rights and gain access to economic and social opportunities.

Strengthening Civil Society’s Capacity to Serve Marginalized Groups in Mauritania

Our advocacy trainings empower Mauritanian civil society leaders to protect the rights of marginalized populations.

A New Life, a New Hope: our work in Moroccan prisons

Our reintegration programs for Moroccan detainees aim at decreasing recidivism and lessening the appeal of recruitment into violent extremists groups.