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A centenary exhibition in Jordan commemorated the bonds formed between the ANZACs and the people of Jordan during the Great Arab Revolt (1916-18).
Young civil society activists from Tunisia learned from Australian and Indonesian experiences about consolidating a democratic civil society.
A first of its kind film fair held in the Middle East celebrates, encourages and inspires women in the region.
From Elcho Island to the Great Pyramids, Aboriginal dance group Djuki Mala has toured the Middle East, introducing audiences to Yolngu culture.
Arab women from Australia and the Middle East share experiences of identity, belonging and navigating cultures in ‘Beyond Veiled Clichés: The Lives of
Journalism students from Australia and Qatar are gaining valuable cultural and professional experience thanks to Australia-Middle East Journalism Exch
Egyptian-born Tarek Ibrahim was the first chef from the Arab speaking world to be certified a master chef by the World Association of Chefs Societies
Minister Bishop has announced the appointment of three new Board Members to the Council for Australian-Arab Relations (CAAR).
Ms Awad will travel to the Middle East to explore the similarities and differences experienced by women in both Australia and the Arab world.
The Foreign Minister has announced the successful Council for Australian-Arab Relations (CAAR) grant applicants for 2016-17.
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