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"Volunteering for Remembrence": Call for applications
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"Volunteering for Remembrence": Call for applications | babelmed | mediterranean culturePhiren Amenca seminar "Volunteering for Remembrance!" will bring toghether 40 Roma and non-Roma volunteers in Romania between 29 April-6 May.

 
Segregation wall declared an "artwork"
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Segregation wall declared an "artwork" | babelmed | mediterranean cultureThe mayor of Baia Mare, Romania resists court order to demolish the wall he built around a Roma neighborhood by turning it into an "art project".

 
Roma Culture Institute launched in Turkey
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Roma Culture Institute launched in Turkey  | babelmed | mediterranean cultureRoma Language and Culture Research Institute of Trakya University in Edirne has officially started its academic activities.

 
The Other Hundred
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The Other Hundred | babelmed | mediterranean cultureTurkish Roma musician Kerem Alar, is one of 100 persons from 95 countries whose stories are told in the photo-book "The Other Hundred", an alternative to the much famous "top 100" lists.

 
March: elections in Egypt
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March: elections in Egypt | babelmed | mediterranean cultureMarch: elections in Egypt | babelmed | mediterranean cultureA date has finally been set for parliamentary elections, which will begin on March 22 and go through the end of April. (Mada Masr/EBTICAR)

 
The ferryman of souls
Sana Sbouai   

The ferryman of souls | babelmed | mediterranean cultureThe ferryman of souls | babelmed | mediterranean cultureIn Sfax Father Jonathan accompanies migrants who have lost their lives trying to reach Europe to their resting place. He offers a decent burial to these lost travelers in the Christian cemetery of the city. (Ebticar /Inkyfada)

 
Residents reinvent direct democracy in El Guettar
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Residents reinvent direct democracy in El Guettar | babelmed | mediterranean cultureResidents reinvent direct democracy in El Guettar | babelmed | mediterranean cultureArriving in ElGuettar, Redeyef or Thala, first we are overwhelmed by the beauty of the landscape, the deserted or green mountains, depending on the proximity to the Sahara. As we enter these cities in south Tunisia we note immediately the total absence of infrastructure, paved roads, means of transport. There's just a medical clinic, a primary school and a few shops. No public services or administration, how do the inhabitants manage their everday lives? (Ebticar/Tunisie Bondy Blog)

 
When books lead to prison
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When books lead to prison | babelmed | mediterranean cultureWhen books lead to prison | babelmed | mediterranean cultureAfter vigilant investigations and inspections, Egyptian security forces have finally got their hands on the English novelist George Orwell, precisely while he was trying to slip away from the back door of Cairo University, accompanied by his accomplices: some students... The "chronicle" of the event, from Arablog / Ebticar.

 
Away From Home
Kursat Bayhan   

Away From Home | babelmed | mediterranean cultureAway From Home | babelmed | mediterranean cultureThe photographer Kursat Bayhan five years ago started to document the life’s conditions of the habitants of Eminönu e Küçükpazar, in Istanbul: internal migrants came from little villages in the countryside in the oriental and south-oriental areas of the Country. (Ebticar/Mashallah news)

 
Work with dignity
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Work with dignity | babelmed | mediterranean cultureWork with dignity | babelmed | mediterranean cultureIn Beirut, near the refugees’ camp of Shatila where hundreds of Syrians live together with more than 9.000 Palestinians, a laboratory of embroidery helps women escaped from war to find themselves. A female community, created by young exiled syrians, to encourage creativity and solidarity. (Ebticar/Mashallah news)

 
CEU Summer University: Performing Romani Identities
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CEU Summer University: Performing Romani Identities | babelmed | mediterranean cultureCEU Summer University: Performing Romani Identities | babelmed | mediterranean cultureCEU's summer school, in cooperation with Open Society Foundations, offers a course on Romani identities for graduate students, faculty researchers and practitioners in universities and other institutions from all over the world.

 
Salafis out of the mosques
Rafika Bendermel   

Salafis out of the mosques  | babelmed | mediterranean cultureSalafis out of the mosques  | babelmed | mediterranean cultureSidi Bouziz has been the subject of bitter disputes after the fall of the dictatorship. Symbol of the Tunisian uprising, this city located in the hinterland of the country has long been controlled by the Salafis. Until the people have recaptured all its mosques.

 
Mohamed Ali, Amina and Hichem: 1023 dinars per month
Saba Sbouai   

Mohamed Ali, Amina and Hichem: 1023 dinars per month | babelmed | mediterranean cultureMohamed Ali, Amina and Hichem: 1023 dinars per month | babelmed | mediterranean cultureMohamed Ali and Amina have recently become parents of Hichem, 1.5 years old. They “earn” 1023 dinars per month, around 450 euros, but they spend 1299 euros. A dip into their wallets, to look at the independence of a young couple in Tunisia, in the company of Inkyfada.

 
The contradictions of independent music in Egypt
Rami Abadir   

The contradictions of independent music in Egypt | babelmed | mediterranean cultureThe contradictions of independent music in Egypt | babelmed | mediterranean cultureThe beginning of the new millennium saw the emergence of the term “independent music” in Egyptian cultural circles, attracting those dismissive of mainstream music. Almost 14 years after the term arrived, it remains ambiguous and undefined. Mada Masr explores the lights and shadows of the independent musical industry. (Ebticar/Mada Masr)

 
Journalists launch front to defend media freedoms
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Journalists launch front to defend media freedoms | babelmed | mediterranean cultureJournalists launch front to defend media freedoms | babelmed | mediterranean cultureA group of journalists announced on Wednesday November 5  the formation of a new movement called the Front to Defend Journalists and the Rights of Citizens. Mada Masr is part of it.

 

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