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The courses include 30 hours of lessons spread over the period between September and February (Dariya 1, basic level) and March to June (Dariya 2).
Donation campaign in benefit of groups affected by COVID-19
The Three Cultures Foundation is excited to be able to re-open its library to the public following its closure due to the COVID-19 health crisis
REGULATIONS FOR ACCESS TO THE FUNDACIÓN TRES CULTURAS ON THE OCCASION OF THE RESUMING OF PUBLIC ACTIVITY
In the context of the epidemic situation and the health crisis caused by COVID-19 and following the publication on the
Within the framework of the ‘Alqantara: bridges for dialogue and coexistence’ programme that the Foundation has been developing in collaboration with the deputy Ministry for Moroccan Expats and Migration Matters, this institution will hold numerous
WOCMES (World Congress on Middle Eastern Studies) es el evento más prestigioso a nivel mundial en el que participan académicos, investigadores y expertos en Oriente Medio y norte de África. Se trata de un importante
Film festivals and events of various kinds are held in the Three Cultures screening hall (with more than 200 seats), an ideal space for their dissemination. Hence the diversity of such events hosted as collaboration projects. Special engagements are also planned, with debates and roundtable discussions.See More
The Fatima Mernissi Library has since 2007 become one of the hallmarks of the Three Cultures Foundation, not just due to its extensive collection (books, recordings, films, specialised periodicals) but also to its programme of activities, which range from presentations of publications to the Tres Con Libros reading club.See More
Cooperation for development
The Three Cultures Foundation has established various working lines to organise activities and projects in developing countries, such as the ANDASEN project, which will focus on Saint Louis, Senegal.See More
Education is one of the pillars on which the programmes of Three Cultures are based and hence is the focus of many projects undertaken by the Foundation since it was founded. Highlights include classes in modern Hebrew and Arabic, the master’s in international relations, summer courses and various initiatives targeting publics of all ages.See More
Inter-religious dialogue and geopolitics in the mediterranean
Specialised seminars, ambassador conferences, roundtables on contemporary issues and projects such as Ramadan Between Cultures are framed in this programme, which analyses various issues concerning religious diversity and political, economic, social and cultural relations in the Mediterranean scope.See More
Since its early days the Three Cultures Foundation has paid special attention to the European Union and its member countries, as this geographical framework is the one of the main settings for its programmed activities. This institution has thus worked to implement all projects backed by European aid schemes, especially those with a marked artistic, social and/or academic nature.See More
WOCMES (World Congress on Middle Eastern Studies) is the world’s most prestigious event for academics, researchers and experts on the Middle East and North Africa. This important forum is held every four years and this year will focus on 25 thematic areas, besides including a complete cultural programme with a book fair, film screenings and other audiovisual activities.See More
The Three Cultures Foundation maintains an appointment with the film world every non-holiday Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. The programme is arranged in monthly theme-based cycles that show films not usually found in commercial circuits, many of them from international film festivals and events.See More
The ALQANTARA: bridges for dialogue and coexistence programme is the result of a strategic partnership between the Three Cultures of the Mediterranean Foundation and the Ministry for Moroccan Communities Abroad and Migration Affairs. It involves multiple activities arranged around two major complementary action blocs: a thematic analysis bloc which covers significant issues affecting the current Mediterranean space and another sectionSee More