Women in Berber Culture

Although largely absent from formal historical accounts, Berber women’s rituality, orality and art constitute a genuine source of knowledge, challenging mainstream narratives about women’s role in the production, use and adaptation of knowledge. The post Women in Berber Culture appeared first on Fanack.com.

Festivals: The New Egyptian Songs

The Musicians Association and its President, singer Hani Shaker, intervened and banned festival singers from participating in concerts, after the wide spread of the song “The neighbour’s daughter,” by festival singer Hassan Shakoush, which hit an astronomical 470 million views on YouTube. The post Festivals: The New Egyptian Songs appeared first on Fanack.com.

Yemen‌ ‌Has‌ ‌a‌ ‌New‌ ‌Government‌ ‌But‌ ‌Peace‌ is‌ ‌Still‌ ‌a‌ ‌Long‌ ‌Way‌ ‌Off‌

The new deal has halted fighting on one front but recent events show there are multiple parties that could benefit from further instability in the region. The post Yemen‌ ‌Has‌ ‌a‌ ‌New‌ ‌Government‌ ‌But‌ ‌Peace‌ is‌ ‌Still‌ ‌a‌ ‌Long‌ ‌Way‌ ‌Off‌ appeared first on Fanack.com.

Towards an alternative vision for the existing educational system in Yemen, From the Empty Bottle Model to Critical Thinking

The focus has to shift from transferring knowledge to building students’ skills and providing them with critical and analytical tools to make any ideology they encounter subject to examination and scrutiny. The post Towards an alternative vision for the existing educational system in Yemen, From the Empty Bottle Model to Critical Thinking appeared first on … Continue reading “Towards an alternative vision for the existing educational system in Yemen, From the Empty Bottle Model to Critical Thinking”

The Samaritans: The World’s Oldest and Smallest Sect

Samaritans consider themselves Palestinian citizens and they had a seat in the Palestinian Legislative Council during the era of the late President Yasser Arafat, while the Israeli authorities also granted all the Samaritans the Israeli nationality, even those residing in Nablus in the West Bank, which is under the authority of the Palestinian state. The … Continue reading “The Samaritans: The World’s Oldest and Smallest Sect”

Iran and Biden: Challenges beyond the JCPOA

ran’s internal politics are also to play a role in Iran-US relations under Biden. Trump’s unilateral approach that caused much economic hardships effectively delegitimized the Rouhani administration’s foreign policy approach of constructive engagement—and the moderate/reformist views on foreign policy in the Iranian political scene. The post Iran and Biden: Challenges beyond the JCPOA appeared first … Continue reading “Iran and Biden: Challenges beyond the JCPOA”

C190 and MENA: A Long Journey with a Bold Start

On June 21, 2019, the International Labor Organisation (ILO) adopted the groundbreaking treaty, C190, in its Violence and Harassment Convention. It is the first of its kind to set the international legal standards for preventing and responding to violence and harassment at work. The post C190 and MENA: A Long Journey with a Bold Start … Continue reading “C190 and MENA: A Long Journey with a Bold Start”

10 years later: Did the Arab Spring fail?

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