We are presenting the new toolkit “The challenges and promises of intersectionality in Morocco” (“les défis et les promesses de intersectionalité au Maroc”; “تحديات ووعود التَّقَاطُعِيَّة في المغرب”), by Teresa Cappiali and Maha Tazi, developed with NGOs in Morocco and published both in French and in Arabic.
Together with her collegue Maha Tazi, Teresa Cappiali implemented a pilot study for the project “Democratization and Human Rights: Training modules and material on Intersectionality in Morocco”. By using a co-participatory design with the engagement of fourteen human rights NGOs, they sought to develop context-sensitive tools to address discrimination of the most vulnerable groups at the intersections of multiple axes of discrimination – single mothers, immigrants, marginalized minors, LGBTQ+, Berbers – in Morocco. The pilot study provides valuable insight on how to develop training modules and toolkits with the use of ‘transformative pedagogy’.
It is addressed to NGOs in Morocco and exclusively uses examples of best practices by NGOs in Morocco.
Find the publication here