Takamul Center for Studies and Research organized a national cross-knowledge symposium on: Spatial Justice and Social Justice, 19-20 November 2021, in Marrakesh.
By organizing this symposium we aimed to cover the issue of spatial justice and social justice from different disciplines, given that the current context has begun to impose dealing with social justice with a spatial approach and not on a national level because each field has different needs.
Many objectives was targeted from this symposium, for example:
- Evaluating the situation of spatial and social justice in Morocco;
- Reaseing awareness and crate a debate on the possible ways to achieve spatial and social justice;
- Assessing the status of domain justice and the extent of its compliance with the standards of governance;
- Directing decision-makers towards the situation of spatial and social justice in Morocco.
The activity addressed to young researchers and professors from different disciplines in order to achieve integration between disciplines and approaches, nevertheless the presence of other actors, for example: Malika Zakhnini, Member of The Moroccan Parliament.
During the symposium, many research papers was presented, we can sumrised them as it follow:
- The question of spatial justice in light of the experience of “searching for the stable” among the deportees to the fringes of the city
- Governance and Spatial Justice
- Spatial justice between epistemological rooting and the difficulty of downloading.
- The impact of colonial divisions on spatial justice in the Maghreb of Independence
- Social Justice in the History of Morocco
- Questions of social justice and spatial justice in Islamic jurisprudence
- Earthly Thinking: An Introduction to Rehabilitation of the Person and the Field
- Urban poles in Morocco and the issue of spatial justice
- Social justice Justice within the framework of the approach to preparing the national territory
- Territorial framing is a starting point for establishing spatial justice
- The position of social and spatial justice in the developments in Moroccan society
- Gender and inequalities in access to finance
- The impact of freedom to conclude special clauses in employment contracts on achieving social justice
- Tax justice is an introduction to achieving social justice
- Decentralized councils put to the test of territorial inequalities
- Advanced regionalization as an entry point to achieve the demand for social justice
- The relational dimension in advanced regionalism and the obsession with spatial justice
- Social justice between the reality of imbalances and the challenges of reform in the light of the development model
- The development model and the question of social and spatial justice
At the end, we had rich discussions among the audience, as the discussion focused on all the interventions contributed by the experts, but it could summarised on the situation of spatial and social justice in Morocco and what it lacks.
Takamul Center for Studies and Research
TAKAMUL CENTER is a diverse and integrated space of dialogue and debate between the largest possible number of scientific, intellectual, literary and artistic disciplines; This is due to our belief in the importance of integrative cognitive approaches that are not limited to a single specialized perspective or dimension in dealing with phenomena and studying them as they are.