Moroccan Crown Prince visits exhibition on ‘Education in life’s colors’

  March 12, 2010 at 7:56 am by

Prince Moulay El Hassan visited on Wednesday a painting exhibition held at the Rabat Mohammed VI Foundation for the promotion of social works for education and training. The exhibition features works by students of the Rabat-Salé-Zemmour-Zaor Region on the theme “life’s contrasts”.

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The Crown Prince visited the Foundation’s multimedia library where he was given details on the facility’s services.This event has an educational vocation and is meant to boost pupils’ creativity and artistic skills said director of the regional Rabat-Salé-Zemmour-Zaor academy of education and training. It is also aimed at fighting social disparities and promoting citizenship and the values of tolerance mutual aid and solidarity.

This is the second time in one month the young prince (first in line to the throne) makes an official appearance without his parents.

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One Response to Moroccan Crown Prince visits exhibition on ‘Education in life’s colors’

  1. Sonjapearl says:

    I understand that Moulay Hassan is first in line and all, but he is far too young to be carrying out official duties. Let him have a childhood at least!

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