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The Amazigh Movement in Morocco: New Generations, New References of Mobilization and New Forms of Opposition

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The article discusses the activism, discourses and modes of opposition of the Amazigh movement in Morocco over its four decades of activity, its presence in the public arena and its relation with the country’s institutional public sphere. Therefore, insomuch as the Amazigh movement is a social movement with a significant youth presence, the article explores the youth activism within the Amazigh movement, addresses the continuities and ruptures caused by the ‘generation effect’, and the inter-generational relations among its members. Finally, it analyzes the influence of the regional context of uprisings and the emergence and activity of the February 20th movement on Amazigh militancy in the country.

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