UNESCO and Microsoft organized a round table to evaluate community access initiatives in Morocco on 22 February 2008 in Rabat, in the framework of the Innovative Teachers' Forum. UNESCO's World Report “Towards Knowledge Societies” formulated several recommendations to be included in national strategies in order to ensure better implementation of knowledge policies.
One of these recommendations suggests increasing the number of community access centres, many of which already exist in Morocco. These centres are part of e-Morocco Strategy which aims to create conditions for digital inclusion and to set up adequate infrastructure, community access and capacity building centres.
The round table aimed at analyzing the current state of existing initiatives and evaluating how they can be mutually used to offer better capacity building opportunities to young people.