Public Action towards Youth in Neo-Liberal Morocco: Fostering and Controlling the Unequal Inclusion of the New Generation
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