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B`chira Art Center
  • Country: Tunisia
  • Category: Research Center
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To promote contemporary art and its representation of young artists, develop their
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  • The Publication of the Final ARCP Newsletter The Cultural Policy in the Arab Region (ARCP) program is ending the... Read>>
  • Egypt: Naguib Mahfouz Museum Inaugurated In mid-July 2019, the Naguib Mahfouz Museum and Creativity Centre ... Read>>
  • Libya: International Forum on the Protection of Cultural Heritage in Libya On 15th and 16th July , UNESCO conducted a workshop on the protection and... Read>>
  • Iraq: Babylon Conditionally Accepted into World Heritage List In a unanimous vote, on 5th July 2019, UNESCO placed Iraq’s historic... Read>>
  • Jordan: 50,000 free books at the Roman Theatre Cultural activist Hussein Yassin, founder of the Azbakiyat Amman Library,... Read>>
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Salam Alkawakibi
Researcher in political sciences & international| Deputy director of Arab Reform Initiative – association, Deputy director of Arab Reform Initiative – associ
Director of the French Institute for the Near East Studies in Aleppo (2000-2006),
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"Cultural Policy in The Arab Region" is an open platform for individuals and organisations working directly or indirectly to bring about positive change in cultural policy in their own countries and in the region in general. Artists, cultural managers, researchers, academics, cultural activists, and young students, as well as organisations, groups, syndicates, and unions are invited to upload their profiles onto this website to connect effectively with others working in the same field.
Since 2009, development of cultural policy has gradually become one of the main focuses of the region, primarily through Al Mawred Al Thaqafy's programme "Cultural Policy in the Arab Region". The programme started by mapping cultural policies in eight Arab countries, and developed them through a series of conferences, debates, research articles, advocacy campaigns, and national task forces on cultural policy, along with many other mechanisms and strategies that enable positive change on both governmental and independent levels.
Since 2011 and the wave of the revolution which swept the region, it has become clear that knowledge and experience are crucial elements to "cultural reform". This website and database aim to bring people together from all over the region in order for them to connect, exchange ideas, organise, and advocate change.



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