Diaspora Policies, Consular Services and Social Protection for Moroccan Citizens Abroad

  title={Diaspora Policies, Consular Services and Social Protection for Moroccan Citizens Abroad},
  author={Rilke Mahieu},
  journal={IMISCOE Research Series},
This chapter sheds light on the ways in which Morocco, country of origin of a five million expatriate population centered in Europe, promotes the social protection of its expatriate citizens. Within Moroccan diaspora policies, which are long-standing, extensive and promoted by a range of diaspora institutions, the social protection of nationals abroad does not take a central position. Rather, Moroccan diaspora policies prioritize the mobilization of expatriate human and financial capital for… 


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