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Bringing electricity to the Beqaa
Lea Najjar   

Bringing electricity to the Beqaa | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanLea Najjar found the images in Souk al Ahad, Beirut’s Sunday Market, which despite its name, opens every Saturdays and Sundays: “These pictures were lost under a pile of various postcards and old family pictures, all for sale. Bits and pieces of people’s lives mixed with other people’s lives sold decades later.”

 
Armenian migrants in Turkey: an all-female story
Fazıla Mat   
Armenian migrants in Turkey: an all-female story | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanUnofficial data state that between 10 and 20.000 Armenian immigrants work in Turkey illegally. The majority of them are women. Their children have no documents and are not granted the right to education. Our report.
 
Algerian Islamism. The Big Split
Ghania Khelifi   

Algerian Islamism. The Big Split | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanIf the authorities decided to abandon their electoral fraud practices, the polls of the 10th May 2012 could be double or nothing for the well-established or new Islamist parties. The latter are strongly mobilised and attempt to silence their dissent in order to realise their dream: achieve parliamentary majority.

 
Migrants in Algeria: interview with the human rights activist Fouad Hassam
Ghania Khelifi   
Migrants in Algeria: interview with the human rights activist Fouad Hassam  | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanHuman rights activist, Fouad Hassam is always present in the struggles and protest for rights. The arrests, the bans he suffers from the authorities have failed to silence him. Interview.
 
Culture(s) and terroir. Tunisia rediscovers its authentic tastes
Adel Habbassi   

Culture(s) and terroir. Tunisia rediscovers its authentic tastes  | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe Laboratoire des Études Maghrébines, Francophones, Comparées et Médiation Culturelle has organised an international symposium entitled “Taste and disgust,” on the 13th and 14th of July in Monastir, Tunisia. This conference is a continuation of two previous editions that have addressed various issues related to “taste”.

 
The Tower of Babel Shall be in Malta
Kenza Sefrioui   

The Tower of Babel Shall be in Malta | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe idea to create a Euro - Mediterranean hub, both physical and virtual, dedicated to literary exchange and translation, is not a new one.

 
Elections in Libya
Ben Boubaker Youssef   

Elections in Libya | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanA month before the elections of the National Congress scheduled for next June, the persistent insecurity poses serious threats to the elections in Libya.

 
Kahina, The Woman They Don’t Love
Ghania Khelifi   

Kahina, The Woman They Don’t Love | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThis figure of Algeria’s past represents the possibility of a diversity that is intolerable in the eyes of the single thought holders.

 
Sub-Saharan Migrants in Algeria
Ghania Khelifi   
Sub-Saharan Migrants in Algeria | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe security situation in the Sahel will not improve the image of Sub-Saharan migrants living in Algeria. Already victims of everyday racism and serious violations of their human rights, they will now be suspected of collusion with armed Islamists.
 
Virtual Palestinians: From Sabra and Chatila to Arab Spring
Youssef Rakha   
Virtual Palestinians: From Sabra and Chatila to Arab Spring | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanOn the 30th anniversary of the Sabra and Chatila massacre, it is worth rereading Jean Genet’s song to the beauty of revolutionaries.
 

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