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World Bank, Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Algeria | Morocco | Tunisia
2018-08-21T20:22:52Z | 2018-08-21T20:22:52Z | 2018-07

The Arab Uprisings demonstrated a need for a new social contract in Maghreb countries as well as likely other regions, built on greater citizen trust, and inclusive and accountable service delivery. The brief focuses on key elements of the Social Contract, by comparing data from Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia: Women, youth, and marginalized groups need to be engaged in the social dialogue, and receive observed benefits from social services for a more inclusive Social Contract; Reforms should be geared towards improving service delivery at the municipal, national and regional levels across different sectors (health, education, water, electricity, etc.); Citizen engagement can strengthen the Social Contract between government and citizens, by making it more inclusive and providing feedback to improve the quality of services, address constraints, etc.

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