Joel Ruet mentioned Morocco’s role of model for the South as The Bridge Tank had the opportunity to take part in the France-Morocco Meeting on July 5, collectively organized by the France-Morocco group of the French National Assembly and the Morocco-France group from the Moroccan House of Representatives. The event was focused on the theme “Morocco’s Reform Agenda: A Bulwark Against Instability”.
Last week, delegates from 195 member countries of UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) gathered in Bonn, Germany, to operationalize the agreement reached in Paris. The Bonn meeting aims to prepare the upcoming event held in Marrakech, which will be the phase of concrete actions.
The Crans Montana Forum, held in Dakhla, Morocco, from 17 to 22 March, was an opportunity for attendees to discuss South-South cooperation in Africa. They addressed the issue of African food security in a world that will have to feed 9 billion people by 2050. At the Forum, Bridge Tank’s president exploded the myth of insufficient production in Africa as being “incorrect, counterproductive and ultimately dangerous” for the effectiveness of public policies.