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Rebellion within and against Beirut
Rebellion within and against Beirut | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean“I’m going to tell you how civil strife happens (or if you prefer: revolution, upheaval, uprising or rebellion), the way I experienced it as a wild adolescent during Lebanon’s war”. Remembering Lebanon in Autumn 1982, or during the February Intifada of 1992 might help to understand Lebanese current upheavals argues Youssef Bazzi from Beirut.
The Mediterranean as Segregation
The Mediterranean as Segregation | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanOver one hundred civil society activists from all over the Mediterranean and beyond met in Rome to renew their commitment against war and colonialism and to discuss ways of working towards peace, democracy, human and civil rights, justice, peaceful coexistence, and freedom. Adrian Grima joined the fray.
Meeting of young researchers around the mediterranean
Meeting of young researchers around the mediterranean | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean3-4 of May 2007, Tarragona, Spain The meeting of young researchers around the Mediterranean that will take place in Tarragona this spring aims to be a meeting space for young researchers from different nationalities, with the objective to create a space of knowledge, joint reflection and interchange of experiences around the Mediterranean. It is organised by the Jiser Reflexion Mediterrànies in cooperation with the Cátedra Unesco pel diàleg intercultural a la Mediterrània, IEMed and IDAES.
Controlling Civil Society
Controlling Civil Society | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanPerhaps it is no coincidence that in “the year of civil society, ” the embattled government of Malta presented Parliament with an “over-regulatory” Voluntary Organizations Act that, according to an international expert, “is likely to hinder development of civil society.” Adrian Grima looks at the details, and the spirit.
60 second video for a (self)-portrait
60 second video for a (self)-portrait | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanWho you are? What do you stand for? What are your dreams, fascinations, fears, hopes and passions? Where do you come from? What do you see around? The next one-minutes workshop invites you to share your thoughts in Amman, Jordan: the theme will be (self-portrait).
التنقيب في حقل محصود
التنقيب في حقل محصود | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean?????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ??????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ?????? ????? ??????? ?????? "??????: ?????? ??????? ????????". ??? ?? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ????????? ????????? ?????? ?? ??? ?????? ?????? ????????? ?? ??????? ??? ??????? ?????
Scavenging in a harvested field
Scavenging in a harvested field | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanLast December, the small Spanish province of Cuenca in Castille-La Mancha hosted a cultural event entitled Palestine: Land, Exile and Creativity. Adania Shibli participated in the event and reflects on Palestinian art and aesthetics. Its harsh relation with reality, politics and “Palestinianism”: If a Palestinian artist decides one day to burn his shoes in front of a camera, or another starts filming an IDF raid on Ramallah, is it the business of the artist?
Letter to my Turkish friend
Letter to my Turkish friend | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean"A winter evening comes to an end, warm and grey. My eyes heavy with sleep, I see your name appear on the screen. Happy, eager to read your message,..."
A Moroccan view of the world
A Moroccan view of the world | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanCasablanca, 5th to 30th of January 2007 The photo exhibition «Regards (de) marocains sur le monde» presents reportages by five Moroccan photographers who went around the world and brought back their views of Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Saint-Malo and Tokyo. It should provide a new demarche and highlight the Moroccan vision of the world. The exhibition is part of a preparation to the “Photography month in Casablanca”.
Has the Moroccan government lost his sense of humour for good?
Has the Moroccan government lost his sense of humour for good? | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanAs the time for Moroccan elections approaches, freedom of press declines in the Kingdom. After the condemnation of the “Demain/Doumane” newspaper and the independent “Journal Hebdomadaire”, the new Arabic-language weekly “Nichane” is now being severely attacked by justice. Has the realm lost his sense of humour for good?

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