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نرى الصحف قديمة إذا نظرنا إلى الصحون اللاق
نرى الصحف قديمة إذا نظرنا إلى الصحون اللاق | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean
El Genaina Theatre In Al Azhar Park
El Genaina Theatre In Al Azhar Park | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe Opening of the luxurious Al Azhar Park on the top of Darb Al Ahmar district in Cairo was the main architectural event of the Egyptian capital this winter. The 28th of April, the Park will welcome the opening of a Theatrical venue addressing a young audience “El Genaina Theatre” which will try to explore new and independent horizons of Arabic artistic creation.
Paltel Virtual Gallery, a Window on Palestinian Visual Arts
Paltel Virtual Gallery, a Window on Palestinian Visual Arts | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe Paltel Virtual Gallery is a window on Palestinian contemporary art. You can study online, browse their library of Palestinian art, preview exhibitions, artist portfolios, projects talks and seminars. You can also visit the rare collections at The BZU Museum, engage with Palestinian artist in residence and keep up to date on news and events in the visual arts.
We, Lebanese...
We, Lebanese... | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanWe Lebanese are constantly in need of someone to remind us of what sets our country apart. The Arab novelists who met in Cairo a few weeks ago plumped for ‘greatness’; i.e. that its people were able to topple a government they opposed (a government which has since been reconstituted by its president). Others feel its limitless potential, a place where Arabs from across the region make their way to undreamt-of success. At other times, it can appear to be a place of temptation, a country where everything is permitted and forbidden at one and the same time.
Anonymous in the Mediterranean
Anonymous in the Mediterranean | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanWhile people in desperate search of a present, and perhaps a future, continue to die a horrifying, anonymous death in the waters of the Mediterranean, Malta has found itself embroiled in a rather unusual high profile clash with its neighbour Italy over the deaths at sea of nine Chinese and Mongolian nationals, who were forcibly abandoned in rough seas 15 nautical miles off Punta Secca, in Ragusa, Sicily.
The Chicago Palestine Film Festival
The Chicago Palestine Film Festival | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanChicago, from April the 15th to May the 3d The Chicago Palestine Film Festival (CPFF) began in 2001 with a mission to promote films by Palestinian filmmakers and films about Palestine. It is the first and largest Palestinian film festival in North America. This year, a 23 film selection include films from Palestine, Israel, Europe, and North America. In contrast to previous years, it has an large number of feature/narrative films as well as personal and hard-hitting documentaries and even an animation.
Oriented – 4th International Photography Festival of Rome
Oriented – 4th International Photography Festival of Rome | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanRome, 15th April – 5th June 2005 The 4th Edition of the International Photography festival of Rome is dedicated to the East. With a special attention to the most significant expressions of contemporary photography from important countries in which a heavy clash between tradition and present takes place, such as Japan, China, India or Russia. From the 15th of April onwards, openings, music shows, projections and meetings in the beating heart of Rome -Trastevere’s neighborhood- will create a fil rouge running through the streets of the city. Not only to “see” photography, but also to “experience” it
Maltese Colours
Maltese Colours | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanMarco Brown, whose mother is Maltese, was born in the UK in 1969. From a very early age he was exposed to a cosmopolitan atmosphere and was already speaking his first words of French by 5years old. He had already lived in 6 countries when 3 years ago he came to Malta to find his roots. His colourful paintings stem from his dreamed landscapes of the Mediterranean and a personal interpretation of Mythology.
Male Nostrum: Malta and Immigration in the EU
Male Nostrum: Malta and Immigration in the EU | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanNow that it is a member of an economic and political powerhouse, Malta should be in a better position to actively lobby the EU to push for reforms in vital areas such as access to European markets for products from the poorer South and measures that ensure its sustainable development. This sounds idealistic, and that is precisely what it is – but wasn’t joining the EU all about ideals? Or was it about expecting others to do for us what we are not ready to do for them? Is Malta now better placed to have a bigger say in the issues that affect the lives of the majority of the people of the world? Do we care?
ArtSchool Palestine: New Website for Contemporary Palestinian Art
ArtSchool Palestine: New Website for Contemporary Palestinian Art | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanOne-line since February, ArtSchool is an ambitious but very much needed initiative: a structure and place for exchange and development of Contemporary Palestinian Art. It searches to increase opportunities and develop skills for contemporary artists living and working in the Palestinian Territories. It is also a very lively Website that stimulates critical debate and is a showase work to international audience.

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