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Mazamir by Khaled Jubran in Cairo
Mazamir by Khaled Jubran in Cairo | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanMazamir (Psaulms) was composed during the years of last Intifada, as the “only only escape road from the absurdity that endangers sanity” and as the only answer that the talented Jubran could give “to the recurring question that haunts each and every Arab today: “ Who are you?” Thursday 10 February, Arabic Music Institute, 22 Ramses St., Downtown Cairo
 
3rd international Art Festival - Chania 2005
3rd international Art Festival - Chania 2005 | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanOmma Center of Contemporary Art is organizing the third International Art Festival in June 2005 at the NEORIA public exhibition center in the Old Town of Chania, Crete (Greece) and call for participation of Contemporary artists.
 
A life Full of holes: the Strait Project
A life Full of holes: the Strait Project | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean12 february – 2 April 2005 at the OpenEye Gallery, Liverpool. A Life Full Of Holes - The Strait Project, produced and presented in collaboration with Autograph ABP, is the first ever UK solo exhibition by the French/Moroccan photographer Yto Barrada. Initiated in 1998, A Life Full Of Holes is an ongoing project that explores pertinent issues of migration and diaspora, access and exclusion, European dependencies on illegal immigration, North African economic desperation and human rights.
 
Gibanica - Moving Cake Slovene Dance Festival
Gibanica - Moving Cake Slovene Dance Festival | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe first Slovene Dance Festival Gibanica or "Moving Cake", named after a delicious Slovene desert, was presented in 2003 and the taste and content of the first one has convinced the organisers to continue the festival as a biennale. Thus Gibanica became a central Slovene dance event, a real dessert with a filling consisting of the best and most interesting Slovene authors and performances, making an integral presentation of contemporary Slovene dance production. Ljubljana, 23rd to February 27th 2005
 
Med Voices
Med Voices | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe exhibition “Med Voices: Shared Spaces in Times of Crises” at the Biblioteca Alexandrina is part of a larger project implemented by other twelwe Mediterranean cities: ”Med Voices: Oral History and Cultural Practices in Mediterranean Cities". This initiative is a very interesting attempt to reverse the customary emphasis given to monumental heritage and to promote an awareness of the intangible Mediterranean Cultural Heritage...
 
Dear Giuliana
Dear Giuliana | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanA letter from the Editorial Team of Italian newspaper Il Manifesto, addressed to Giuliana Sgrena, their special reporter in Iraq.
 
Buddhas
Buddhas | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanAlongside Internet campaign “For Florence” in favour of French Journalist Florence Aubenas and her interpreter Hussein Hanoun Al Saadi, we publish here her wonderful article “Buddhas”.
 
Visible or Invisible?
Visible or Invisible? | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe portrayal of Women Politicians in the Media What space was given to women politicians by Italian television during the campaign for the European elections? How does television represent women politicians? How do women politicians present themselves in front of the camera? A seminar Visible or invisible: the image of women politicians in the Media will address these questions. 28th January 2005, Italian Parliament, Rome
 
Second World Congress for Middle Eastern Studies
Second World Congress for Middle Eastern Studies | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanAmman, Jordan, 11-16 June 2006 Call for papers and participation The invitation applies to associations, research centres, university departments, international organizations and institutions which took part in the First World Congress or not, but which are involved in the study of the Middle East, North Africa and the Muslim states of Central Asia.
 
The Summer Season in Beirut
The Summer Season in Beirut | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanSummertime, so many people coming to a city and as many people judging this city. Once again, Beirut attracts tourists from the whole world. But who are these tourists? How are they taking control of a city once subject of myths and now broken after a terrible war? Read the summer feelings of libanese author Hassan Daoud.
 

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