Zineb Raji, Author at Morocco World News
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Zineb Raji

Zineb Raji
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Zineb Raji was born in Azrou, Morocco and obtained her bachelor degree in International Studies with a minor in Communication Studies from Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane. After one year of administrative work at Al Akhawayn University, Zineb joined a Corporate Social Responsibility rating agency as an analyst.

One Year after Zero Mika: Where Do we Stand?

Rabat - It has been one year since Zero Mika law has come into force – are we using fewer plastic bags? We have seen...

My trial with Time

Morocco to switch to summer time on April 28
“Tick, tick, tick, its time, wake up daughter!!” With a tight throat and closed eyes I replied, “Who is talking here?” A voice answered, “This is...

The Last Words of a Smoker

Rabat - When he was on his deathbed, he looked back upon his past 57 years and could not hold a clear picture of...

What Would the Wish List of a Traffic Light Begging Boy...

What Would the Wish List of a Traffic Light Begging Boy Look Like?
Rabat - How intensely he asked for money at the traffic lights attracted my attention and compassion. He wasn't wearing any heavy clothes, but he...

Is There a Link Between Traffic Accidents and Corruption?

18 People Killed in Urban Road Accidents in Morocco Last Week
Rabat - Sadly, it is coming commonplace that we are setting new records for traffic accidents, resulting in fatalities and casualties. Each time I...

Why are we Addicted to unhappiness?

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Rabat - With a peculiar mixed sensation of confusion, uncertainty, and fear, I embraced my 31st birthday. It was quite different this time as...

Why Students Need More Open Sex Education

Sex Education. © Noel Celis / AFP
Rabat - Rolling my eyes over, with a tight lip smile that’s how I tried to escape the looks of my classmates who looked...

Hypocrisy is Eroding Our Moroccan Values 

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Rabat - Hypocrisy is eroding our modest morals and debasing most of our honest Moroccan foundations. It becomes very difficult to tell the truth about...