Mohammed Loulichki is an Affiliate Professor at Mohammed VI Polytechnic University.
He is a Senior Fellow at the Policy Center for the New South, who focuses on Diplomacy, conflicts resolution and Human rights. He has an extensive experience of over 40 years in diplomacy and legal affairs. He assumed inter alia the functions of member and Deputy-Head of the moroccan delegation to the 3d Conference on the Law of the Sea (1982-1990), Head of the Department of Legal Affairs and Treaties in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1988-1991), General Director for Multilateral Affairs in the Ministry of foreign Affairs (2003-2006).He was also Ambassador of Morocco to Hungary, Bosnia – Herzegovina and Croatia (1995-1999), Ambassador Coordinator of the Government of Morocco with MINURSO (1999 – 2001), Ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva (2006-2008) and New York (2001-2003 and 2008-2014), as well as President of the Security Council (December 2012).
Mr. Loulichki was appointed President of the Counter-Terrorism Committee of the Security Council (2013), President of the working Group on Peace Keeping Operations (2012), Vice-President of the Human Rights Council (2006), Facilitator of the Universal Periodic Review of the said Council (2006 and 2010) and President of the National Committee in charge of the follow up on nuclear matters (2003-2006).
Mr. Loulichki graduated from Ecole nationale d’administration (Rabat), University Mohamed V (Rabat) and Sorbonne (Paris).
pour l'année académique 2022-2023
- (POL208P) Negotiation and Cooperation
- (INT507) Morocco's Foreign Policy in Practice