What women symbolize in the Amazigh community .
First broadcast date10/04/2009
AbstractIn the Amazigh community, women remained linked to the misbelief that Eve drove Adam from paradise after he had eaten from the forbidden tree . In the past the Amazigh man didn't call his wife by her name, he simply called her "Hey,you !", although women played an important role in the family . The tasks of women have developed with the change in thoughts after the sixties and the eighties . Women are now competing with men up to surpass them in many fields thanks to the media and technology . Women participate in fighting illiteracy, they work in the parliament and defend Human Rights . Morocco has passed more laws concerning women thanks to both the government and his Majesty 's support .
- SNRT - Own production
BroadcasterSNRT - AlAoula
- Moudjane Omar
- El Hachem Mohamed
- Beloui Idriss
- Art, Culture and Knowledge / Science
- Art, Culture and Knowledge / Science / Human and social sciences
Credits / Cast
- Mohamed Bouramdane - Speaker
- Jamal Abid - Director
Period of events
- Morocco - Inland
Original languageamazigh (berber)
Media running time13m30
Additional informationIdriss Beloui / researcher Mohamed chahra / agriculture counselor Mohamed Hachem / head of a household Omar Moudjane / trader
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