Migration effects on civil society and institutional landscape: the case of Morocco
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Since the 1990s, a change in Moroccan migration dynamics has been affecting Moroccan society on a number of levels. The shift from an immigration country to a transit country has modified the composition of the Moroccan population: the presence of a new segment of transit migrants, mainly sub-Saharans, work migrants and asylum seekers, is fostering a change within civil society and, in turn, within the Moroccan institutional landscape. This study focuses on the question "how has migration been affecting the Moroccan institutional landscape?".Using a network approach, a thorough description of migration related Moroccan civil society and institutional landscape is given, in order to analyse the extent to which they have been modified by migration change and how they are linked with democratisation processes.