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        Paginationxvi, 59 p. :
        Number of Pages50
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        ISBN 100415412420
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        2HISTORY AND SOCIETY IN THE ISLAMIC WORLD
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The Theatre of the Oppressed is just one of several civil society initiatives that were set up by former activists of the secular, leftist wing of the February 20 Movement after they left it when it began to die down. The absorption of former activists into civil society, the fragmentation of civil society into specialized, ostensibly apolitical actors, and the changing rationale of these organizations have therefore limited the likelihood and prospects of large-scale protest in Morocco.

It also foresees close cooperation between state institutions and civil society, which facilitates greater state control of these non-state actors. Please consult the full Durham E-Theses policy for further details. The Theatre of the Oppressed was created in Casablanca in 2012 by Hosni Almoukhlis, a former activist of the February 20 Movement. Several civil society actors have therefore moved into the public space to reach and engage new audiences and to sensitize new segments of the population.

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Interviews with Moroccan activists conducted between July and October 2015. In the long run, these concessions toward civil society make it likely that many civil society actors will no longer question the existing political power configuration, but instead try to benefit from the political opportunities that the state opens up. The play addresses the issue of racism in Morocco against migrants from sub-Saharan Africa, and the spectators were encouraged to intervene during the play and thereby shape its outcome.

Middle Eastern Studies provides the most up-to-date academic research on the history and politics of the Arabic-speaking countries in the Middle East and North Africa as well as on Turkey, Iran and Israel, particularly during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Citizens also have the right to propose draft bills Article 14 and present petitions Article 15. Therefore, the concept of civil society will be coupled with that of the public sphere, in order to illustrate how increasing activity in the public sphere has an impact on policy makers without, however, forcing rulers to embrace full, Westemstyle democracy.

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398565 DOI: Not available Share:. The constitution declares that non-governmental organizations are to participate in the preparation, implementation, and evaluation of state institutions Article 12. At the same time, Morocco witnessed an increased activity of organisations of civil society, which have been able to initiate discourses on human rights, women's rights and also Berber rights.

Consequently, far from considering the lack of civil society's 'democratic' challenge to the regime as a default, it will be shown that this has been one of civil society's most essential features and one which allowed it to rally for rights-oriented policies.