On 19 July 2022, the Final Conference of the SafeJourney project, co-funded by the European Union, was hosted at the Palace D’Anfa Hotel in Casablanca.
Many participants were present, including representatives of civil society who collaborated in the project as well as institutions such as the High Commission for Planning, the Regional Directorate of Health Beni Mellal-Khénifra, the Regional Academy of Education and Training (AREF) and international organisations such as UNHCR, IOM, Caritas Morocco and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.Lire la suite
On 12 June 2022, the non-governmental organisation Progettomondo, in the framework of the Safe Journey project, organised the music concert ‘Notes on the Road‘, in collaboration with IOM Morocco and the Maison des Jeunes de Khouribga, which was the venue for many of the Safe Journey project’s activities and which aimed to raise awareness among a wide audience of young people about the risks of irregular migration.Lire la suite
Within the framework of the SafeJourney project, Progettomondo is pleased to announce the setting up of the music concert ‘Notes on the Road’ organised in collaboration with IOM Morocco, the Commune of Khouribga and the Maison des Jeunes de Khouribga.
The event will take place on 12 June 2022, in the city of Khouribga at the Marjane Place from 19h00.
Once again, SafeJourney, a project co-funded by the European Union, chooses art as a means of communication and awareness-raising about the risks of irregular migration.
Notes on the Road’ brings together a group of artists who, sensitive to the problems faced by young people who decide to leave their country and aware of the risks of irregular migration, have mobilised to reach young people through music.
This time, it will be the notes of rock, indie, folk, Amazigh and Cameroonian music, interpreted by the young artists Jubantouja, Diese Mbangue and Ighouliden, who will want to move people to create and spread awareness of the difficulties encountered in the migration process.
The event will be an opportunity to create a space for artistic change that will allow for the dissemination of the project’s messages and actions, as well as a moment of synergy with the International Organization for Migration in Morocco (IOM), which, with the awareness campaign ‘Koune Ala Bal’, sensitizes young people on the risks of fraud in recruiting work abroad (kounealabal.ma). The campaign is part of the EU-funded THAMM programme (For a Global Approach to Migration Governance and Labour Mobility in North Africa).
Last Thursday, 24 March, the third performance of the play ”Clandestin” was staged at the Espace Culturel et Artistique Riad Sultan in Tangier.Lire la suite
The project SafeJourney continues the prevention of irregular migration through an information campaign to raise awareness among local communities in the regions of Beni Mellal-Khenifra, Casablanca-Settat, Tangier-Tetouan and Marrakech-Safi, on the topic of irregular migration and the multiple risks associated with travel. The campaign will provide potential migrants with real and concrete information on legal migration opportunities, through the construction of one’s critical thinking and the realization of a migration path in full awareness, in this context that ASeS and other Italian entities have started the Before You Go project, a project of accompaniment for Moroccan citizens (men and women) who want to apply for an entry visa to Italy for reasons of work, training or to join a family member who already lives in Italy.Lire la suite
The two events were organized on 25 February 2022 by the project SafeJourney, co-funded by the European Union and implemented by the Italian NGO Progettomondo, at the cultural center ”Les Étoiles” in Sidi Moumen in Casablanca.
The event was inaugurated by the exhibition “Entre Bleu et Jaune” by Hibatoullah Salime, which took the public on a long journey between the two coasts of the Mediterranean.Lire la suite
On 28 January 2022 the non-governmental organization Progettomondo, in collaboration with the Mawja theatre group, staged the play “Clandestine” by Hassan Tabi, addressed to the public at the Maison des Jeunes in Khouribga.Lire la suite
The information campaign on the risks of irregular migration of the project SafeJourney, carried out by the Italian NGO Progettomondo and co-financed by the European Union, continues with the presentation of a theatre play “Clandestine” on 28 January 2022 at 5pm at the Maison des Jeunes de Khouribga.
On 18 December 2021, the non-governmental organisation Progettomondo, in collaboration with the “Alphas Attitude” club of the National School of Commerce and Management of the Sultan Moulay Slimane University, Béni Mellal, commemorated International Migrants Day in the university campus.Lire la suite