SIT Amsterdam at CCCL
CCCL is hosting the SIT Amsterdam program from September the 26th to October the 11th, 2015. The program theme is: International Perspectives on Sexuality and Gender. This program contains lectures related to the main theme, site visits, meeting with some NGOs and a 9 day trip to various cities among which are Casablanca, Marrakesh, Fez and others.
SIT Switzerland fall 2015
The CCCL hosted a group of 26 American SIT students with 4 accompanying faculty members, coming from Switzerland in a period that spanned from September the 12th to September the 20th 2015. The program theme was Global Health and Development Policy. The objective was to give students the standpoint from which to compare and contrast the public health system in both Switzerland and Morocco and the context in which both systems operate. The program components was composed of homestay, sites and NGOs’ visits, lectures on human rights, food safety, the outcome of Moroccan development on politics and social life and a trip to Chefchaouen city and a village stay.
CCCL on vacation
The CCCL will be closed on the occasion of the Aid Al Adha on Thursday 24th and Friday 25th September, 2015.
MIGRATION AND TRANSNATIONAL IDENTITY SIT PROGRAM at CCCL
CCCL will is hosting Morocco Migration and Transnational Identity program for the Fall semester for a group of 24 students from SIT. This program is taking place starting from August 30 to December 12th, 2015. It consists of various components: orientation sessions about health issues, Moroccan habits, customs and other lectures on culture, politics and religion, as well as Arabic courses. Throughout the program, the students will visit the Ministry of Migration and some Moroccan NGOs and foundations working on the topic of migration and will have lectures that pour in the field of Migration and Transnational Identity. To ease their Arabic learning and practice, they will be placed in different homestay with families to get a full immersion in the Moroccan culture. Students will participate in four seminars and three excursions. At the end of the program, each of them will present an independent study project.
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