Morocco World News – New York, March 12, 2013
Moroccan journalist and researcher on youth and civil society policies Karima Rhanem has been nominated, among several young leaders from different parts of the world, Crans Montana Forum “New Leader of Tomorrow.”
The official nomination was held in Brussels on the occasion of the Crans Montana Forum on Africa and International Women’s Day.
The Crans Montana Forum of New Leaders of Tomorrow is a unique community of young leaders from Africa, the Arab World, Far Eastern Europe, Central Asia, South-America, and Far East, selected thanks to their exceptional professional achievement and leadership experience in Businesses and Governments.
Ms. Rhanem has also been recently awarded a certificate of appreciation from the International Association for Public policy and the Administration for her professionalism and contribution to the causes of peace and sound governance in the Middle East. She has also been nominated Morocco World News good will Ambassador for the year 2012.
Ms. Rhanem, who has recently been commended by her university professors for her dedication to knowledge and scientific research, has presented a 250-page research in Arabic on youth policies in the light of the Arab spring at the Mohammed V University in Rabat. The research was regarded as a value added to the university’s library and was highly recommended for translation into foreign languages and publication in world scientific journals.
Karima Rhanem has been a good will Ambassador par excellence for the past three years. She took part in a number of international and cultural diplomacy events as a guest speaker on Morocco’s reforms, youth policies & women’s rights in Morocco post Arab spring.