Role of stakeholders in the design and implementation of reforms in Morocco

As part of the study program “Global competitiveness and positioning of Morocco in globalized system”, the IRES organized on April 21, 2011 a seminar on "Role of stakeholders in the design and implementation of reforms in Morocco".

The seminar, to which took part a panel composed of parliamentarians, policy makers, private actors, representatives of civil society and academics, was devoted to assessing the degree of involvement of national stakeholders in the design and implementation of reforms and to examine the influence of these actors on the effectiveness of public policies with reference to some reforms examples.

The debate, at the seminar, identified the strengths and weaknesses in terms of ownership of major projects of reform and suggested some action levers that can strengthen the overall coherence of reforms and to maximize their impacts on development of the country.