Religion and Politics in North Africa: Emerging Trends and Implications for U.S. Policy

Cleveland Committee on Foreign Relations events are for CCFR members only. Dr. Sarah J. Feuer, an expert on politics and religion in North Africa, is a Soref Fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. Feuer will explore what the future holds for Tunisia, Morocco and other North African countries as they fight extremist fighting, […]


Youth Empowerment and Basketball in Morocco

Join CCWA as we host Mr. Amine Zariat who will deliver a TED-style talk on his efforts to reach marginalized youth in Morocco. As an advocate for youth empowerment, Mr. Zariat will tell the story of how his organization, the Association TIBU Maroc, gave Moroccan youth the tools to improve their lives through sport. Mr. Zariat […]


Promoting Financial Accountability

The Cleveland Council on World Affairs will be welcoming visitors from the Near East and North Africa for the program “Promoting Financial Accountability” in mid-August. Through their visit to Cleveland, visitors will learn about the city’s best practices in regards to the development and implementation of international finance reporting standards, the support of professional organizations […]


Primary and Secondary Education

This project is for a delegation of 10 heads of primary and secondary schools  who are members of the Union of Private Education and Training in Morocco (UEFLM). All the members (but one) are from the Agadir region in southern Morocco. The project was initiated by a former visitor who has promoted the American style […]

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