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  aAnna Lindh Foundation is organizing the 101 Book Exhibition for 2011 in co-operation with Saint Gabrielle School, where participation is free and some books are available for sale, on 11th and 12th September 2011 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.   Sunday 11/09/2011 - 10:00 a.m. - Readings and Art Activities Doom Tata Doom & Endama Nam AlQamar,        ...
  From 16 to 18 January 2011, the Integrated Care Society organised a workshop entitled “How can librarians use social networking sites (SNS) in implementing Arab children Literature effectively and safely?”.  The workshop was attended by 24 librarians from different libraries affiliated with the Integrated Care Society (ICS) and who came from different Egyptian...
Started in January 2011, more than 350 storytelling sessions will be implemented by librarians and animators of the Integrated Care Society libraries, and Mubarak public Libraries in the governorates of Cairo, Giza, Qaliubiya , Fayoum, Helwan, Ismailia, Damietta, Mansoura, Al Wadiy al Gadid, and Al-Beheira. These sessions will bring together both able-bodied children and children with...
The Anna Lindh Foundation has launched the second edition of the 101 Books Exhibition.  The exhibition aims to provide a broad audience of children in the Arab world with access to quality story books recently published and written in Arabic. The exhibition is organised in the framework of the Arab Children Literature programme being implemented in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine and Syria...
This training was held in the context of strengthening the role of children's literature in the healthy development of children. The training course was entitled meaningful methods of writing for children. The training followed an interactive methodology and was based on discussion and application. It focused on several topics including the following: Definition of children's...
Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Publishing (BQFP) and the Supreme Council of Education will host a high profile international festival of children’s books in Doha, Qatar from November 30 – December 2, 2010 to further support the development of the emerging literary community in Qatar. The festival is held in conjunction with the annual Doha International Book Fair and sessions will be...
Bahithat, the Association of Women Researchers has organized on June 12th through 14th an international conference on children’s literature in Beirut. The project was co-funded by different sponsors and brought together researchers, authors, illustrators and publishers of children’s book not only from countries all over the Arab world, but also from Europe and Asia. The conference...
Part of the advocacy activity, Dar Atlas conducted opening ceremonies of the refurbished libraries at the cultural centers in Damascus, Homs, Hama, Aleppo and Jableh from the 29th of September till the 11th of October 2009, as follows: Damascus – Abu Remaneh (29 September 2009) Damascus – Jobar (30 September 2009) Damascus – Adawi (01 October 2009) Aleppo (4 October...
A National Conference took place on May 5th, 2008 with the attendance of seventy participants as the Egyptian core group (ECG), publishers, librarians, NGOs, and governmental officials to develop a national plan and define the role and the contribution of each stakeholder to the plan. Attendees were divided into four groups; each attendee had the choice of attending and contributing to the topic...
The Anna Lindh Foundation and partners join forces in offering financial support for the promotion of quality books for children with special needs across the Arab Region Until the 25th of November 2010, publishing houses and NGOs in Egypt, Jordan, Palestine, Lebanon and Syria are invited to submit entries of books that benefit children with special needs for an opportunity to receive financial...