Dr. Djallil Lounnas, Assistant Professor of International Studies at AUI, recently published a paper titled "Moderate Islamist Parties in the MENA Region and Europe: Between the Democracy-Human Rights and the Stability-Security Nexus". This book chapter was published in the Routledge Handbook of EU-Middle East Relations edited by Bouris Dimitris, Daniela Huber, and Michelle Pace. The chapter deals with the moderate Islamist Parties in the MENA region and the European Union. More specifically, it looks at how these parties managed and adapted their policies once in power after the Arab Spring and cooperated with the EU especially on issues of migration and security which became of paramount importance for the EU after 2015 in its relations with the MENA region, thus showing a high level of pragmatism and adaptability.
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As part of the project led by "Global Alliance for Africa" in partnership with the Ministry of National Education – Ifrane Regional Office, Al Akhawayn University, and the CITI Association, a training was organized on Monday 14th at the Azrou Center for Community Development. The training benefited 20 teachers from different middle schools of the Regional Office of Ifrane including the trainers of the Azrou Center.
The objective of this training is to allow participants to learn about OneNote Class Notebooks applications by exploring different educational uses in the classroom and to develop the skills necessary for collaborative online learning while using Office 365 application.
Dr. Djallil Lounnas, Assistant Professor of International Studies at AUI, recently published a paper titled "Extrémisme violent et prévention: perspectives Europe-Maghreb de l’approche par la « réconciliation »." The paper was published by the Fondation pour la Recherche Strategique (FRS). Co-authored with Dr. Jean Luc Marret, the paper analyses in a comparative perspective the strategies of reconciliation put in place in North Africa to counter violent extremism and how the lessons learned are transferable to Europe.
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SBA professor Abderrahman Hassi recently took part in a working group on the paradigm shift for the 21st century education in the framework of UNESCO’s Futures of Education.
Dr. Hassi co-authored a report with 20 other contributors from several countries entitled Futures of Education: Learning to Become. How should what we learn, how we learn, and where we learn change in the future? available at: https://en.unesco.org/futuresofeducation/sites/default/files/2021-04/UNESCO%20Report%20_SIETAR%20Switzerland%20Focus%20Group%20-%2012.4.21.pdf