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Rabah Aynaou holds a PhD, with first class honours at Mohammed 1st University Faculty of Law, in 2009. He holds a Postgraduate Research Degrees (DESA) in public law – New Dynamics of International Relations, Peace and Human Rights, Faculty of Law from University Mohammed 1st in 2000. Rabah Aynaou is a current professor of public Law at Mohammed 1st University in Oujda in Morocco. His teaching activities include courses on Human Rights, International Law, International Humanitarian Law, Refugee Law, and security. Rabah Aynaou was a Visiting Researcher at NATO Defense College – NDC Rome – Italy (September to December 2014), and he attended the courses at The Hague Academy of International Law in 2011 – the Netherlands. His research focused on Refugee Law in Morocco and migration issues. His last study involved refugee protection in Morocco, “Current situation and proposals for future Moroccan asylum system,” which was conducted and published in collaboration with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Morocco.
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