Washington- It is not uncommon for hundreds of youth to gather in Casablanca or Rabat to protest the government’s slow action to improve youth unemployment. However, some youth have taken matters into their own hands to improve their situations, having lost faith in the government. Now over two years after the Arab Spring, the youth in Morocco are trying a different tactic to end unemployment.

Nadia Elboubkri is a graduate of Temple University where she holds a Bachelor of the Arts in Political Science with a focus on Middle Eastern studies and political economy.