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Ravello festival: the Diversity
Ravello festival:  the Diversity | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean
Timitar Festival 2008
Timitar Festival 2008 | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanMorocco, 1-6 July 2008Considered today as one of the biggest festivals in the country, Timitar provides its audience with an event well rooted in and actively working towards promoting Souss Massa Drâa culture
Smile please!
Smile please! | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe Hangar, Beirut, 18 June 2008 - 9 July 2008The exhibition "Smile please!" was presented for the first time in 1998 in Kreuzberg, Berlin. For its Beirut edition, Smile please will incorporate photos from the archive of the Lebanese studio Al-Marj.
The Veil in Algeria: a bit of History
The Veil in Algeria: a bit of History | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanIt’s hard to believe that up to the ‘80s most of the passers by in Algerian streets were dressed in Western style or wore the traditional veil, the white haik in Algiers and in the West, the black melaya in the East and the printed version in the South.
Edition of Arteri
Edition of Arteri | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean
«Persae»: Perdus, Persi, Losts
«Persae»: Perdus, Persi, Losts | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe Teatro Astragali chose this drama by Aeschylus, the most ancient tragedy we have in full, because he told the story from the defeated side. The assumption of “the enemy's sight” permits the confrontation with the otherness.
90% of Egyptian Women are Veiled
90% of Egyptian Women are Veiled | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanIn a country of over 70 million people, why the overwhelming majority (around 90 percent) of adult Muslim women wears the veil (a scarf that covers the hair and neck) is not a simple or easy question to answer, for the reasons differ widely.
A Reception for the Jenin Freedom Theatre
A Reception for the Jenin Freedom Theatre | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe Jenin Freedom Theatre is developing the only professional venue for theater and arts in the north of the Occupied Palestinian Territories. It was destroyed but the Israeli forces in 2002.
Tibur Gospel Singer & Charlie Cannon (COPIA)
Tibur Gospel Singer & Charlie Cannon (COPIA) | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean
The Gates of the Mediterranean
The Gates of the Mediterranean | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanFrom the 23rd of April to the 28th of September 2008, Rivoli, Italy. As part of the three-year project dedicated to the Mediterranean, the Cultural Council of the Piedmont Regional Government proposes The Gates of Mediterranean, a series of initiatives put together by Martina Corgnati, curator and art historian, which will take place from April to September 2008 in Rivoli and in Turin.

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