AM staff meet in Fez, Morocco

Today, Miriam Hussain (Digital Archive manager, UK), Osama Filali Naji (co-founder, UK) and Soufiane Rhaithi (Arabic language editor, Morocco) met in the old medina in Fez, Morocco. We had a staff bonding session and also discussed future plans for Arab MIllennial. You may remember...

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Harvard University lists Arab Millennial on its online think-tank directory

The world’s best university has placed Arab Millennial (AM) on its online directory and library resource listing useful think-tanks from around the world. You can view this list here. This is another step towards establishing AM as a valued and respected organisation tackling issues...

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Getting the ball rolling with our Project Support programme

This month and next month, Arab Millennial is supporting Victoria&K with its Winter cabin store in Winchester, United Kingdom. Victoria&K is a cosmetics company based between Bournemouth and Agadir that gives fair pricing to local suppliers of Argan oil and Thuya wood based in Morocco,...

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Is this a portrait of Fatima al-Fihri?

The featured image is an orientalist depiction of a woman painted by Jan Frans Portaels in 1877. As you may be aware, Arab Millennial recently published a piece on Fatima al-Fihri, the founder of one of the world’s first universities located in Morocco. In...

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Life lessons from Kahlil Gibran’s “The Prophet”

The featured image is a painting by the author discussed, Kahlil Gibran. For more information Google “خمسة‎‎” or “Hamsa”. *** 9/10 1. Short biography جبران خليل جبران (Gibran Khalil Gibran) was born in 1883 in the Ottoman Empire (present day Lebanon), as a Maronite Christian,...

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