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Mrs. Fatima Aarach, Chairperson of the CNDH’s Regional Commission of Draa-Tafilalet

Mrs. Fatima Aarach, Chairperson of the CNDH’s Regional Commission of Draa-Tafilalet, was born in 1963 in Taza, Morocco.Mrs. Aarach is a Lawyer. She holds a Bachelor degree in private law from Mohamed V University in Rabat in 1992, and a certificate of competence to practice the legal profession.Mrs. Aarach is the head of the Réseau des Associations de Development de Sud-Est (RADOSE). She is also the Secretary-General of the Union de l’Action Féministe (Women’s Action Union), Errachidia section, and a member of the local coordination for the Reparations Program in Errachidia, Morocco. She is also responsible for the Center “Help" for women victims of violence and children in the region.

Mr. Mustapha Laârissa, Chairperson of the CNDH’s Regional Commission of Marrakech-Safi

Mr. Mustafa Laarissa, Chairperson of the CNDH’s Regional Commission of Marrakech-Safi, was born in 1955 in Marrakech. He holds a PhD in Philosophy from the Sorbonne University (Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne).Mr. Larissa is a qualified university professor at the Université Cadi Ayyad in Marrakech, Faculty of Arts, Department of Philosophy. He is also a member of the Political Analysis Club and member of the Fondation Abderrahim Bouabid.Mr. Larissa is also a member of the multidisciplinary laboratory "Culture, Heritage, Tourism" at Université Cadi Ayyad and a contributor to several scientific journals.

Mr. Mohamed Amarti, Chairperson of the CNDH’s Regional Commission of the Oriental Region

Mr. Mohamed Amarti, Chairperson of the CNDH’s Regional Commission of the Oriental Region, was born in 1957 in Oujda, Morocco. He holds a PhD in Law at Université Mohamed V in Rabat, and works as a Professor of higher education at the Faculty of Juridical, Economic and Social Sciences at the University Mohammed Premier Oujda.Mr. Amarti is Director of the Laboratory for Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law. He is also a member of the National Council of the Moroccan Organization for Human Rights (OMDH) and the Association marocaine de droit constitutionnel (Moroccan Association for Constitutional Law).

Mr. Abderrahmane Lamrani, Chairperson of the CNDH’s Regional Commission of Fez-Meknes

Mr. Abderrahmane Lamrani, Chairperson of the CNDH’s Regional Commission of Fez-Meknes, Professor at Université Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah, Fez, Morocco and civil society actor.

Mrs. Houria Tazi Sadeq, Chairperson of the Council’s Regional Commission of Rabat-Salé-Kenitra

Mrs. Houria Tazi Sadeq, Chairperson of the Council’s Regional Commission of Rabat-Salé-Kenitra, Lawyer, University Professor, and expert in water and sustainable development issues.

Mr. Mohamed EL Bakir

Mr. Mohamed El Bakir, Professor at Université Hassan II and a Lawyer at the Barreau du Casablanca (Bar  of Casablanca).

Mrs. Saadia Waddah, Chairperson of the CNDH’s Regional Commission of Casablanca-Settat

Mrs. Saadia Waddah, Chairperson of the CNDH’s Regional Commission of Casablanca-Settat, holds a bachelor’s degree in law. She is a lawyer in the Bar of Casablanca (Barreau de Casablanca). She was previously a member of the Council of the same Bar between 2000 and 2003.Mrs. Waddah is a former member of the Moroccan Organization for Human Rights (OMDH) in 1992 and was also a member of the Comité de coordination du Tribunal des femmes arabes contre les violences envers les femmes (Coordinating Committee of Arabic women Court against violence towards women) in 1998.In 2000, Ms. Waddah chaired the Association marocaine de lutte contre la violence à l’égard des femmes (Moroccan Association against Violence towards Women). Then, in 2003, she became a member of the Moroccan Organization for Human Rights (OMDH).Mrs. Waddah is a founding member of the Arab Women Lawyers Forum in Bahrain. She has contributed to several books, including a book “l’enfance violée” (rape childhood) for the Centre d’écoute et d’orientation juridique (Legal Aid and Counseling Center), “Le harcèlement sexuel” (sexual harassment) for the Association marocaine de défense des droits des femmes (Moroccan Association for the Defense of Women's Rights), “La violence à l’égard des femmes : quelle protection juridique ?” (Violence against women, legal protection), and a legal guide on personal status, “Marriage-divorce” for the Association démocratique des femmes du Maroc (Democratic Association for Moroccan women).

Mr. Ali Karimi

Mr. Ali Karimi, Professor at Université Hassan II in Casablanca, and the Institut Supérieur  de l’Information et de la Communication (Higher Institute of Information and Communication) in Rabat. He was also a law consultant at the Equity and Reconciliation Commission (Moroccan Truth Commission).

Mr. Ahmed Taoufik Zainabi, Chairperson of the CNDH's Regional Commission of Beni Mellal-Khenifra

Mr. Ahmed Taoufik Zainabi, Chairperson of the CNDH's Regional Commission of Beni Mellal-Khenifra, holds a PhD in Geography and Spatial Management. He is former Director of Promoting Human Rights Department at the CNDH.

Mr. Abdelmoutaleb Amiyare

Mr. Abdelmoutaleb Amiyare, Distinguished Professor in translation and former member of Bayt Al Hikma and Moroccan Association for Human Rights (AMDH).

Mr. Mohammed Charef, Chairperson of the CNDH’s Regional Commission of Souss-Massa

Mr. Mohammed Charef, Chairperson of the CNDH’s Regional Commission of Souss-Massa, is a specialist in geography and construction, and an expert in migration, population mobility and urban development.After graduating from the Regional Institute of Planning of Aix-en-Provence (IAR), he held a PhD in Geography of Planing from the University of Poitiers (1986) and a PhD in Science from the Free University of Brussels (2000).Mr. Charef is Professor of Geography at Université Ibn Zohr, Agadir, Director of the Regional Observatory of Migrations Spaces and Societies (ORMES).Mr. Charef is an associate member of the MIGRINTER-CNRS Poitiers team, France, and is a member of several networks and associations in the field of geography. He is also head of  the Master "Migration and Sustainable Development".He is Member of many councils and scientific bodies, including the Scientific Council on "History of migration", at the Cité nationale de l'histoire de l’immigration, Paris.Mr Charef has several publications on population and development, including: "La circulation migratoire marocaine un pont entre deux rives”,”Grands traits et impacts des transports sur la mondialisation de l'émigration marocaine”, “Un aspect méconnu des vieux émigrés-immigrés: la transnationalisation”, “Les migrations au féminin”, “Les flux migratoires et la protection des réfugiés au Maroc: défis et perspectives”, “Migrants acteurs de développement local, perspectives et limite”, “Le migrant marocain acteur d'intégration économico- socio-spatiale du Maroc au delà des frontières”, etc.He is a Visiting Professor at several foreign universities, including: Université Aix-en-Provence, Université de Metz in France, Université Saint-Joseph in Beirut, Université de Poitiers, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Free University of Brussels), University of Texas at San Antonio, etc. He is also a consultant and expert on migration issues for the United Nations Population Fund, the Council of Europe, the United Nations Population Division, the Council of the Moroccan Community Living Abroad (CCME), etc.

Mrs. Nezha Guessous

Mrs. Nezha Guessous is a former Professor of medical biology at the Faculty of Medicine in Casablanca, Morocco, Consultant in Biology and Human Rights, and a member of the Royal Advisory Commission to reform the Family Code.

Mrs. Malika Benradi

Mrs. Malika Benradi is a Professor at Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco, and Consultant in child labour and women’s rights.

Mr. Mustapha Raïssouni

Born in 1939 in Tétouan, Morocco.Mr. Mustapha Raïssouni, lawyer, has been member of the Advisory Council on Human Rights (CCDH) since 1990. He was also member of the Higher Council for Culture (CSC).Mr. Raïssouni, holder of a BA in law (1963), was elected President of the Bar of Tangier from 1977 to 1980. After having been its Secretary-General from 1985 to 1997, he was appointed President of the Association des Barreaux du Maroc (Association of the Bars of Morocco) from 1997 to 2000.Mr. Raïssouni headed also the Association de Soutien aux Établissements Universitaires (Association for supporting university institutions). He was the President of Abdellah Guennoun Foundation for Culture, Scientific Research, the Association du Développement de la province de Tanger (Association of developing the province of Tangier) and the Association Dar AL Hanae pour les enfants orphelins handicapés (association for handicapped orphan children).Mr. Raïssouni was former member of the Independent Arbitration Commission and member of the group of experts of the Equity and Reconciliation Commission (IER).He published several studies in specialized magazines.

Mr. Abdelkerim Elaazani

Mr. Abdelkerim Elaazani is Judge and member of the Supreme Council of the Judicial Power.

Mrs. Aicha Naciri

Mrs. Aicha Naciri is Judge and member of the Supreme Council of the Judicial Power.

Mrs. Zahira Fountir

Mrs. Zahira Fountir, Professor at Abdelmalek Essaadi University.

Mr. Driss Ben Ahmed Khalifa

Mr. Driss Ben Ahmed Khalifa is Former Dean of Ussūl-Deen (or the Theoretical Foundations of Religion) Faculty in Tetouan, Morocco, and member of the Higher Ulema Council since 2014.

Mrs. Ajmiaa Haddad

Mrs. Ajmiaa Heddad, Lawyer at the Barreau du Casablanca (Bar of Casablanca) and founding member of Association Mama Assiya.

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