Since it was created, the ADFM never stopped mobilization for the reform of laws that identified as a strategic axe and a powerful means to institutionalize equality.
The ADFM has always been the origin of reform initiatives as in the case of the Moudawana reform, it also has been a stakeholder in workings of those reforms. Moreover, the ADFM has worked on reforms like the penal procedure, work code, criminal code, and organic law of the chamber of representatives to act in favor of egalitarian codifications.
ADFM has led several networks and developed a series of reform proposals supported by the experts. The Association then delegates the technical development of these projects to experts who defend them in court.
Criminal code, work code, civil state
Electoral code and women’s political participation
Reinforcement of the principle of equality between men and women in the educational system
Promotion of young girls schooling in the rural area
Establishment of a State budget which is “gender dimension-sensitive”.