The school of Governance and Economy (EGE) in Rabat Organizes a Seminar on ‘Politics and Neo-Salafism in the Maghreb’
By Loubna Flah
Morocco World News
Casablanca, February 22, 2012
The School of Governance and Economy (EGE) based in Rabat organizes a seminar on” Politics and Neo-Salafism in the Maghreb” on Thursday, February 23 at 5h30pm. The seminar is open to the public and will be conducted by Pr. Salma Balaala researcher and a specialist in Islamic movements in North Africa.
Ms Balaala holds a PhD in political science from the Institute of political science in Paris (IEPP). She was a lecturer in the IEPP and in Bordeaux University for 11 years. She was nominated as a Lecturer by the National Board of French Universities. Balaala’s body of work includes a thorough research on Jihadism in North Africa and Europe. She is currently a lecturer in Warwick University, United Kingdom.
The School of Governance and Economy (EGE) was founded in 2008 by the foundation for the Teaching of political and Economic Sciences. Its research and teaching span the full breadth of politics, economics, and law and personal developments in addition to language teaching. The EGE policy is to contribute in the rise of a new generation of leaders in politics and economy in the Arab world and the African and the Mediterranean region. It offers a comprehensive syllabus that fosters an in-depth knowledge in politics and economy.
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