Casablanca: The 1st national forum of civil society sees the signing of three conventions

Casablanca: The 1st national forum of civil society sees the signing of three conventions

The ministry responsible for relations with parliament signed, on Friday in Casablanca, three partnership agreements on the sidelines of the first national civil society forum with the ministry of industry and trade and the Moroccan Office of industrial and commercial property, CDG and OFPPT.

The first agreement concerns the establishment of a global framework for cooperation between the signatory parties with a view to encouraging and facilitating access by civil society to the services of the Moroccan Office for Industrial and Commercial Property.

The second agreement aims to set up a partnership framework to promote the voluntary sector, develop employment, qualify the voluntary sector and support its digital transformation to constitute a third sector which contributes to the creation of wealth and employment.

The third aims to strengthen the offer relating to basic and continuing professional training linked to professions in the life of associations.

Organized by the ministry in charge of relations with parliament, this event aims to promote associative employment as one of the main pillars of the development of associative work in Morocco.

This forum is part of the implementation of the new “Nassij” strategy relating to relations with civil society for the period 2022-2026, with a view to the organization by the Ministry of national forums on topical issues for the promotion of civil society.

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