Mounia Slighoua is since January 2017 an assistant professor at the Euro-Mediterranean University of Fez (UEMF). She has taken part in teaching multiple courses such as “Introduction to Law”, “Introduction to Islamic Law”, “International Law”, and “Geopolitics and Strategy”.Read More
Mounia SLIGHOUA holds a PhD in Comparative Law from the University of Toulouse 1 Capitole since July 2016. Her thesis published at Editions Européennes Universitaires focused on women’s rights in Morocco, Tunisia and Egypt. She has also completed at Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane in 2009 a Bachelor in International Studies and International Cooperation and Development with a minor in Business Administration. Her Bachelor’s capstone project was on the Moroccan National Initiative of Human Development. She has further pursued her interest in this topic through her Master’s thesis on development paradigms in the context of the global crises with a focus on the agricultural sector in Morocco. In 2012, she obtained her Master’s in International Studies and Diplomacy and American Studies from Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane. Her research fields of interest include migration, human development and sustainability, women’s rights and social entrepreneurship.