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Becoming Istanbul in Frankfurt
Becoming Istanbul in Frankfurt  | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanFrankfurt, 6 September -9 November The “Becoming Istanbul” exhibition held in Frankfurt in collaboration with the Garanti Gallery will accompany Turkey, guest of honour of the book fair.
 
Deir Dar Musa: the Sham Spiritual Oasis project
Deir Dar Musa: the Sham Spiritual Oasis project  | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanSham Spiritual Oasis is meant as a way-station for an environmental, cultural and religious Protected Area, a place where people with different heritages can meditate, pray, rest and interact.
 
Amal Murkus: the rising Palestinian star
Amal Murkus: the rising Palestinian star | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanAmal Murkus toured the continents and performed with international artists, with a mission to convey with her tender voice a global human concern. Austrian television described her as, “the owner of the finest voice in the twentieth century”.
 
Holland and Islamophobia: A confused country
Holland and Islamophobia: A confused country | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanWe Dutch have always been famous for our tolerance, free minded spirit, freedom of religion, gay pride, knack of doing business with other cultures and our way of finding compromises between conflicting ideals and ideas. All that has changed.
 
Scène ouverte in Marseilles
Scène ouverte in Marseilles | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean23-25 October, MarseillesOn the Mediterranean seaside, the conference “European Cultural action across borders” will address two main themes: culture in the European Union’s external relations and the role of civil society in European cultural policy-making.
 
I-act: 6th International Classroom for Theatre Students
I-act: 6th International Classroom for Theatre Students  | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanDeadline for applications: 30 November 2008 The programme aims at building a specialized classroom made up of 20 theatre students coming from Europe, the Mediterranean and the region.
 
Egypt: In a radical dictatorship who is a moderate?
Egypt: In a radical dictatorship who is a moderate? | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanAged 28, Muslim Brother Abdelmonem Mahmoud can already boast a heavy militant career: arrested several times, he was imprisoned and tortured three times.
 
South-South Radicalisation: Is Morocco a racist state?
South-South Radicalisation: Is Morocco a racist state? | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanFor the thousands of Sub-Saharans that flock to Morocco from the Algerian border, the Kingdom is nothing but a transit post before reaching Europe, the final stage of a perilous voyage. This transit can sometimes lead to the end of the line.
 
Cairoscape – Imagination and Imaginary of a Contemporary Mega City
Cairoscape – Imagination and Imaginary of a Contemporary Mega City | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanBerlin, 30/08-12/10/2008Cairoscape takes the megalopolis Cairo as a starting point to open up possibilities of discussing the world today in terms beyond the “Middle East versus West” paradigm, and to reflect on our imaginary, mental barriers. The project introduces the dynamic situation of contemporary art and culture in Egypt to the Berlin public.
 
Cyprus: 'Living Together'
Cyprus: 'Living Together' | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanPart of the larger project “Living together”, the exhibition explores the impact of certain migrant communities on a contemporary society that remains largely unaware of their existence and how these communities adapt to new landscapes and evolve within new social structures.
 

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