Moroccan Section

marrocos section

AMSR

Association Marocaine des Sciences Régionales

 

The Moroccan Regional Science Association is one of the first regional science associations in Africa. 

The main objectives of the association are to:
(i) contribute to the progress and advancement of the Regional Science through the development of horizontal, interdisciplinary and cross-sectorial research;
(ii) promote the Regional Science, its concepts, methods and tools in research or higher education organizations, institutions and institutes;
(iii) serve as a place of exchange of information and knowledge for the scientific community interested in Regional Sciences, and also a forum for deepening the reflection of topics related to Regional Science;
(iv) build relationships of scientific collaboration and technical cooperation with other national and international associations having similar objectives;
(v) promote the exchange of scientific knowledge and technical experience with regional, national and international professional groups, working on the production or use of knowledge of Regional Science; and
(vi) create and distribute any media to convey information between its members in the form of scientific journals, books, newsletters, journals, congress, seminars, study days, etc.

Adresse: L’Institut National d’Aménagement et d’Urbanisme, Avenue Allal El Fassi
B.P 6215 - Rabat-Instituts, MAROC
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