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Syria: “Inner-changes are impossible without an international support” (I)
Syria: “Inner-changes are impossible without an international support” (I) | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanOur Lebanese journalist Youssef Bazzi met the Syrian deputy Maamun El Homsi “somewhere”. He is one of the best renowned political opponent in Damascus, and a member of “Damascus Spring”, repressed, jailed, exiled, and publicly oppressed by the Syrian secret services.
 
Dossier: Sub-Saharan migrations in Algeria
Dossier: Sub-Saharan migrations in Algeria | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanFollowing the “Sudanese in Cairo”, this new feature is investigating sub-Saharan migrations in Algeria. Historically, important migrations routes went through the country. This year though, with more than 20.000 sub-Saharan migrants, the Algerian government is now facing a new phenomenon that is having an unprecedented magnitude. (This cycle of feature is supported by the European Cultural Foundation).
 
Babelmed nominated at Prix Europa
Babelmed nominated at Prix Europa | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanLaunched by the Council of Europe and the European Cultural Foundation, Prix Europa selects since 20 years the best European TV, radio and Internet productions. This year, 671 productions coming from 35 were entered. Babelmed was nominated in the “Internet exploration category” and will take part in this big festival of European medias in Berlin at the end of October and to receive the awarded-why not? – of the “best European website of the year”…
 
“Libertas 58” in Dubrovnik
“Libertas 58”  in Dubrovnik | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanDubronik, Croatia, 10th of July - 25th of Aug 2007 The Dubrovnik Summer Festival “Libertas”, that gathers artists and public from whole Europe and beyond since 1950 was launched on the 10th of July with a spectacular Opening Ceremony. The "Pearl of the Adriatic" and its fascinating walls will host, this year again, a plentiful of high level appointments from World Music to Opera, from Shakespearean theatre to contemporary performances.
 
“Writing for the web” training course
“Writing for the web” training course | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanDeadline for submissions: 29th of August 2007 Submissions are open for the advanced training course on “Writing for the web”, which is addressed to 12 women journalists coming from Meda countries: Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Israel, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestinian Territories, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey.
 
A century of the Badrans’ family in Jerusalem
A century of the Badrans’ family in Jerusalem | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe exhibition will travel to Birzeit University Ethnographic and Art Museum opening on January 8 until February 9, 2008.Seventy years ago, one of the Badran brother’s established his art studio in Jerusalem.
 
Babelmed nominated at Prix Europa
Babelmed nominated at Prix Europa | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanLaunched by the Council of Europe and the European Cultural Foundation, Prix Europa selects since 20 years the best European TV, radio and Internet productions. This year, 671 productions coming from 35 were entered. Babelmed was nominated in the “Internet exploration category” and will take part in this big festival of European medias in Berlin at the end of October and to receive the awarded-why not? – of the “best European website of the year”…
 
The beautiful final day of the World Cup
The beautiful final day of the World Cup | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe 9th of July 2006, the World Cup was coming to an end, the world, Lebanon included, was debating about the Zinedine Zidane incident and the infamous head-butt. On the 12th of July, Lebanon was forced to remember though that this internationally repudiated act of violence was no more than a head-butt to the chest of another player.
 
Beirut: “World Book Capital 2009”
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Beirut: “World Book Capital 2009” | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanUnesco Director-General announced on the 3rd of July the nomination of Beirut as the “World Book Capital 2009”. According to the selection committee, the city of Beirut was selected “in the light of its focus on cultural diversity, dialogue and tolerance, and of its diverse and stimulating programme.” During that year the city should undertake to organise and run a larger number of events around books, literature and reading.
 
A short history of the relationship between Lebanese arts production and foreign funding
A short history of the relationship between Lebanese arts production and foreign funding | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanToday, there are some 12,000 civil society organizations and associations in Lebanon that receive funding from an almost limitless number of sources. If you can believe it, an anonymous American “source” pays a monthly wage to every Lebanese rap singer. Is their any point in questioning the benefits of the “foundation”?
 

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