“BREAKING BREAD AND BUILDING BRIDGES”
Does the humble bread have a say in the way our different cultures view themselves and others? The Aladdin Project and its partners tested the idea by organizing an exhibition in Marseilles entitled, “The Bread of My Neighbor”
Culture and conflict resolution in Europe and the Middle East
Shirin Ebadi, Samuel Pisar, Isabelle Durant, Hans-Gert Poettering, Arno Klarsfeld, Tahar Ben Jelloun, Anne-Marie Revcolevschi, Ephraim Sneh, Sari Nusseibeh, Nilufer Gole and several other thinkers and intellectuals took part in an international conference in Brussels on February 19.
High-profile French Parliament Dinner Puts Spotlight on Aladdin’s Achievements
More than 350 personalities from France, Germany, the United States, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, Morocco, Jordan, Israel, Egypt, Tunisia, Lebanon, Iran, Senegal and Mauritania gathered in the hallowed halls of the French Parliament on Monday, November 5, to celebrate the achievements of the Aladdin Project.
Turkey and the Aladdin Project agree to expand mutual cooperation
In a meeting in Istanbul on April 20 between representatives of the Turkish Delegation to the ITF and the Aladdin Project, the two sides agreed to expand their cooperation on a range of issues, including Holocaust education and intercultural rapprochement.
Jewish-Turkish ties at core of international conference in Istanbul
"The role of German and Austrian Jewish academics fleeing Nazi persecution in the modernization of Turkish universities" was the focus of a full day of speeches and debate organized jointly by the Aladdin Project and Bahcesehir University in Istanbul on April 19.
Aladdin Books Attract Attention at Casablanca International Book Fair
The Arabic translations of "The Diary" of Anne Frank and "If This Is a Man" by Primo Levi were among the books on display at the 18th International Book Fair of Casablanca in Morocco. The prestigious Moroccan publisher, La Croisée des Chemins, exhibited the books in the framework of its partnership with the Aladdin Project.
Holocaust film makes historic debut on Turkish state TV
Turkey’s state-owned television TRT started airing French filmmaker Claude Lanzmann’s “Shoah” on Thursday evening, on the eve of the International Holocaust Remembrance Day.