Watch how Germany is helping North Africa (Maghreb countries) — Video in German language

Bundesminister Müller – Delegationsreise in den Nordirak BMZ Published on 2 Mar 2016 Bundesentwicklungsminister Dr. Gerd Müller reiste in eines der größten Flüchtlingslager im Nahen Osten. Dabei erkundigte er sich nicht nur nach dem Wohl der inzwischen 450.000 Flüchtlinge, sondern sicherte weitere deutsche Unterstützung zu. Bereits jetzt sind durch deutsche Hilfe ein Krankenhaus, Schulen für…

Germany: Boosting Mediterranean cooperation, fostering investment in North Africa —Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Developmen

Tunis – Federal Minister Gerd Müller concluded his four-day visit to Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia by focusing in his talks on a new trading partnership with Northern Africa. Federal Minister Müller together with the Moroccan Minister for Trades and social Economy, Fatima Marouane, and trainees at a vocational school for trades in Fès Following his…

Video: Prospects for Pluralism Post-Arab Spring: Does Tunisia Suggest a Way Forward? — – Global Centre for Pluralism, Canada

Pluralism Forums – Global Centre for Pluralism Published on 23 Oct 2015 October 22, 2015, “Prospects for Pluralism Post-Arab Spring: Does Tunisia Suggest a Way Forward?” The Global Centre for Pluralism’s Forum featured former Prime Minister of Tunisia, His Excellency Mehdi Jomaa and Vice-President for Studies at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and former Foreign…

Jewish pilgrims return to Djerba, Tunisia; Justin Bieber’s display of respect for Muslims — ~CGNews Community Corner~ at Common Ground News Service

Hundreds of Jewish pilgrims flock to the island of Djerba, Tunisia for an annual pilgrimage to Africa’s oldest synagogue. “ Brushing off any concerns, one visitor to the country, Emile Arki, said in this AP article published in the Washington Post, “what’s happening in Tunisia is exaggerated with an alarmist tone … We were well…

Introduction: Teaching the Middle East after the Tunisian and Egyptian Revolutions… Beyond Orientalism, Islamophobia, and Neoliberalism – by Jadaliyya Reports

  [Participants during the conference. Photo by Bassam Haddad.]   May 13-14, 2011, George Mason University “Teaching the Middle East after the Tunisian and Egyptian Revolutions…Beyond Orientalism, Islamophobia, and Liberalism,” a conference sponsored by the Middle East Studies Program and the Ali Vural Ak Center for Global Islamic Studies at George Mason University, and by the…