In Morocco, 70% of women feel somewhat or completely free in their ability to leave the house. Additionally, when asked about disagreements among married respondents, 72% reported using rational dialogue to confront the situation. This topic brief presents key findings from the SWMENA survey in Morocco. One portion of the survey examined the extent to which women enjoyed freedom of movement without pressures from family or society, attitudes towards violence against women, and the degree to which domestic violence is tolerated or rejected by society.
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