S.E.M. André Azoulay is Councilor to H.M. the King of Morocco, since 1991, to the Late King Hassan II and since 1999, to King Mohammed VI. He is committed to defending and promoting the dialog between civilizations and religions in Morocco and the world and has always contributed to the follow-up to the peace process in the Middle-East and building up a culture of reconciliation between Jews and Muslims. In this context he advocates for the Two-State (Israel and Palestine) solution since the 70’s and for a logic of dialog between the Arab-Muslim world and Jewish communities in Europe and the USA. He is the President of the 3 Cultures Foundation (Sevilla), of the Pierre Mendes-France Institute (Paris) and of the Committee on Conscience of the Aladin Groupe (Paris). Since 1991, Azoulay and his spouse Katia have also been committed and active in the refounding and the renaissance of their hometown, Essaouira, which today is emblematic of Morocco’s deep cultural diversity and of it’s centrality nowadays at the heart of Moroccan society’s modernity.