La dimensión transnacional del movimiento feminista marroquí: génesis, desarrollo e impacto social (1980-2008)
Rodríguez Corredor, Catalina
This monograph aims to explain how the international context and the transnational relations have influenced the feminist movement of Morocco. This study argues that the UN World Conferences on Women created a political opportunity structure that encouraged the creation and development of this movement. Additionally, this context built a space that facilitated the creation and insertion in Transnational Advocacy Networks, which helped change the status of Moroccan women, through reforms to the Family and Nationality Code, along with the eliminations of the reservations to the CEDAW. This research will do an interdisciplinary analysis, using both social movement and transnational advocacy theories. Likewise, a qualitative methodology will be utilized, primarily by the means of the analysis of content and the field work performed by the author.