Institut Royal des Etudes Stratégiques
Discussion of key findings of the study titled ...

The IRES held on October 5th, 2011 at 9h00, a seminar related to the discussion of key findings of the study titled “Contribution human capital to Morocco’s Global competitiveness ". This seminar comes within the scope of the institute’s study program “Global Competitiveness and positioning of Morocco in the global system”, which involves about fifty scholars and research associates.

The seminar was attended by a panel made up of senior officials from several national institutions and representatives of key government departments involved in the process of human capital development. It was devoted to the review of the diagnosis conducted by the IRES on the capacity of the national education and training system to offer adequately human resources for the country’s productive sectors so as to meet competitive challenges.

Other relevant aspects were discussed in depth, including the prospects of development of human capital in Morocco against the backdrop of the rising global competition and the identification of key strategic levers to accelerate the process of human capital accumulation and to make it consistent with the priorities of the country’s overall development strategy

9.00
Introductory speech of Mohammed Tawfik MOULINE,
Director General of the Royal Institute for Strategic Studies

9.15

Mohamed CHATER,
IRES’ Working Group Coordinator, Professor of Higher Education, INSEA.
“Contribution of human capital to the overall competitiveness of Morocco”

Moderator: Nacer Benjelloun TOUIMI
Program Coordinator at IRES, University Professor, University Mohammed V-Agdal, former Ambassador

10.00
Debate

12.30
Closing Remarks