Some 200 Moroccan women staged an angry protest outside parliament a week after the suicide of a 16-year-old girl who was forced to marry the man who raped her.
After the Islamist party PJD won elections in Morocco, the future of reforms to the country's family laws remains up in the air.
PJD politician Bassima Hakkaoui is the only woman to hold a ministerial post in Morocco's new, Islamist-dominated government.
The incremental democratic change in Morocco has enhanced the legitimacy of Mohammed VI, Morocco's king.
There would appear to be an unwritten rule in Moroccan radio and television that women in headscarves should not be employed in these media.
Moroccan human rights activist Fouad Abdelmoumni discusses the moderate Islamist victory in the recent elections and the challenges facing the new government.
The wave of protests shaking the Arab political regimes has quietly but forcefully made its way to Morocco.
Moroccan philosopher Mohamed Aziz Lahbabi interpreted the concept of the person from the perspective of Islamic sources.
Muslim feminists have begun using the Koran to combat patriarchal interpretations of Islamic law in Moroccan family law courts.