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Abdi Karya’s motto is “Don’t think. Feel.”
Grant funding allowed coaches and match officials from the Lebanese Rugby League Federation to travel to Australia.
Professor Mohamad Abdalla from the University of South Australia travelled to promote opportunities for academic cooperation.
Ten Tunisian youth leaders participated in an intensive three-day democracy education and training course.
This initiative brought together female S4D practitioners from across Australia and a number of Arab countries to exchange skills.
Diabetes is the fastest growing chronic condition in Australia and in the Middle East.
Shaun Parker & Company will present their new work "KING" as part of the Masahat Consortium in April 2019.
The Airport Economist TV series is a magazine style TV show which serves as a practical guide to doing business around the world.
The Oxford Maqam comprises of vocalists and musicians who are experts in their field of Egyptian music and song of the 19th & 20th centuries.
The CAAR exchange with Oman builds on earlier scientiﬁc collaborations between Dr Joseph DiBattista and the Dept. of Marine Sciences and Fisheries.
The project aims to foster interaction between Australian and Qatari researchers and in the field of agriculture and environment.
The project involves a visit to the renowned agricultural research centre, the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas.
Adelaide Multicultural Eid Festival (for Eid Al-Adha) aims to bring different communities together to celebrate diversity in Australia.
Professor Abdalla and colleagues aim to meet with education departments, NGOs, universities and cultural institutions.
There are thousands of historical photos of Egypt in Australia that have never been seen in Egypt.
OzAsia Festival presents the Australian premiere season of 'While I was Waiting', a major theatre work from Syria.
‘The 9th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art’ will bring new and significant art from across the region to Brisbane for its 25th year.
This series is a current affairs television series breaking down the news headlines, topical issues and travel destinations in the Middle East.
The Al Salam (Peace) Festival is an initiative that endeavours to address concerns currently prevalent within the wider Australian community.
The AMEJE is a not for profit organisation dedicated to enhancing cross-cultural understanding by fostering better informed journalism.
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