Fez - Women’s demands in North Africa are increasingly diversified and polyvocal as new actors and agents are gaining visibility in the public sphere of authority. This diversification is, in turn, being nourished by new values (such as dignity) and new approaches (such as the use of social media and transnational networking).

Moroccan women participating in a march in Rabat. Women’s rights
Fatima Sadiqi is Professor of Linguistics and Gender Studies Woodrow Wilson Global Fellow.