The paper is devoted to analysing public action toward youth in Morocco since the 90s in the context of implementation of neo-liberal reform. After providing an historical overview of youth policy in the country, it analyses relevant youth policies in four interrelated domains of public action: employment, family, migration and spatial planning policies.
1. Youth Policy in Morocco: An Historical Overview
2. Youth and Employment
3. Youth and Family
4. Youth and Migration
5. Youth and Spatial Planning