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Libertas in Dubrovnik
Libertas in Dubrovnik | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe Dubrovnik’s Libertas Summer Festival was founded in 1950. It's actually the largest and most representative cultural event in Croatia: an irresistible outpouring of music, theatre and dance that attracts an all-star line up of international performers and an ever-increasing number of visitors to the unique setting of the indoor and open-air stages of the Renaissance/Baroque city.
Olympic legacy
Olympic legacy | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe legacy of the Olympic Games a year on has become a hot issue. The prospect of multi-million Euro stadiums and facilities slowly falling into disrepair after just a few weeks use is galling, even for the Games’ most ardent supporters. Beneath these issues, however, there are some groups of people that were directly affected by the building work that went on for the Games. A group of 50 Roma or “Gypsy” families some of whom had lived on a site in the suburb of Maroussi for over thirty years was moved on in an agreement with the local municipality in 2002 to make way for the Olympic coach park next to the main athletics complex.
A Mediterranean and a Jew
A Mediterranean and a Jew | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanJack Arbib describes himself as an “ingénieur sans frontières” who peddles his merchandise in the ports of call of the Levant, trying to understand the idioms of the Mediterranean. He was born in Tripoli and now lives in Jaffa but he is often on the move. A conversation about Jews and Maltese in Lybia, the blood bath of a mattanza, and translating poetry.
Arab Art at its London Zenith
Arab Art at its London Zenith | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean'In Italy, for thirty years under the Borgias, they had warfare, terror, murder, bloodshed; but theyproduced Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and the Renaissance. In Switzerland, they had brotherly love; they had 500 years of democracy and peace – and what did that produce? The cuckoo clock.’ The words of Orson Wells, as Harry Lime in the Third Man will be translated into Arabic this summer in London where the Zenith Foundation will present an Arab film seasons and a very rich programme.
Euromed Partnership: The successful case of Tunisia
Euromed Partnership: The successful case of Tunisia | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean4th of July, School of Oriental and African Studies, London “The Euro-mediterranean Partnership: The Successful case of Tunisia” will be a prominent occasion to review the progress of the Partnership between the EU and the Euro-Mediterranean countries, both on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the signature of the Partnership with Tunisia and the tenth anniversary of the Barcelona process.
19th International İzmir Festival
19th International İzmir Festival | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean16th June- 16th July. Izmir, Turkey 19th International ?zmir Festival will animate the city, this year again with a programme consisting of ten performances in various historical and amazing places of ?zmir, such as the Ephesus Antique Theatre, the Celsus Library and the Çe?me Castle. From Old rocks to Contemporary music...
Samir Kassir: Freedom of Thought murdered
Samir Kassir: Freedom of Thought murdered | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanOn June 2nd, 2005, a terrorist car bomb in Beirut killed Samir Kassir, a French-Lebanese writer and journalist. Samir Kassir was an outspoken journalist and writer who was known for always putting his finger on the problem; he was also a political science professor, historian, an intellectual who took the paradigm on activism and journalism to great length, co-founder of the Democratic Left party as well as a key figure and founder of the “Beirut Spring”. Samir Kassir embodied a generation of Arab intellectuals striving to liberate the peoples and states of the Near and Middle East from the stronghold of religion, colonialism and police states. To sign the petition...
Bread and Peace in East Jerusalem
Bread and Peace in East Jerusalem | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanOn June 1, 2005, Bread for Peace Day, 50 Israeli women passed the checkpoint to meet 50 Palestinian women in front of the bakery of Samar Sahhar in Bethany, East Jerusalem, Palestine, to bake bread and share it. Adrian Grima talks about "an unforgettable day for me and for all those who participated," about Samar Sahhar and Angelica Calò Livnè, and other ways of opposing the occupation.
Sha3by songs in Al Azhar Park
Sha3by songs in Al Azhar Park | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanAt the end of this month Al Al Mawred Al Thaqafy will present the new program "Sha3by" on El Genaina Theatre in Al Azhar Park. The program consists of six concerts of folk music and singing presented in collaboration with the General Organization for Cultural Palaces, Al Mastaba Center for Egyptian Folk Music and the Egyptian Center for Culture and Art and sponsored by Delta Medical.
The Soul of Civilisation – Ahmed Nawar
The Soul of Civilisation – Ahmed Nawar | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanZamalek Art Gallery, Cairo from the 3d of June to 30th of June For his exhibition “the Soul of Civilisation”, Egyptian Artist Ahmed Nawar will present his Fayoum Portraits. An attempt to penetrate the depths of their secrets: to bring the soul on a journey back into contact with current events after the passing of a millennium

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