On March, Monday 27, at the French Institute of Tunis I was in the press conference for the Forum of "Mobility & Diasporas"
The Press Conference for the Forum of "Mobilities & Diasporas" in Photos
Forum "Mobility and Diasporas" at the French Institute of Tunisia was led by the Ambassador of France, Olivier Poivre d'Arvor, accompanied by the Consul General, the Director of the French Immigration and Integration Office in Tunis, the Director of the French Institute of Tunisia and The representative of the Directorate of International Cooperation of the French Ministry of the Interior.
Q/A between journalists and the French Ambassador Mr Olivier Poivre d'Arvor on the French and Tunisian mobility in this Live video:
The committee of the Musical Days of Carthage in its fourth edition announced today on their official page on Facebook that the badge requests for the fourth session of the festival have been started and you can fill in all fields on the form in the blue button below. And after validation of your accreditation, you will be contacted by the press office which will give you the date and the place of recovery of your badge.
The French embassies in Libya and Tunisia united today to organize a festival "For Libya / Min ajl Libya" on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 March, in the spaces of the French Institute of Tunisia, to celebrate Libya , Its invaluable heritage, its unique identity, its rich culture, its artistic creation and the abundance of civil society initiatives. This joint initiative of the French Institutes of Libya and Tunisia demonstrates that another Libya is possible.
During these two days, preceded by half a day devoted to the economy (Friday, March 10, by invitation only), rich and diverse events have been organized: round tables on heritage and social sciences, meetings with Writers and poets around a literary café, lectures, an exhibition of paintings, calligraphy and photographs and a contemporary art installation. A festival of Libyan gastronomy, musical interludes and concerts of Libyan music (malouf, zoukra, touareg and rap) will accompany this festival.
The event has been held under the patronage of Mr. Jack Lang, President of the Arab World Institute (IMA) and organizer of the international conference on the endangered heritage of Abu Dhabi.
As guest of honor, Jean-Luc Martinez, president and director of the Musée du Louvre and author of the fifty French proposals to protect the heritage of humanity, will preside over the round table on the ancient heritage of Libya.