The participants of the CIN Culture Open Source Forum are showing their brightest smile. Photo CC Goethe-Institut.png
CAIRO – 11 October 2017: German Goethe-Institute announced on Tuesday the launch of the "Dialogue & Transition” project in Libya, consisting of four main sections; Cultural Academy Libya, Cultural Innovators Network (CIN), Culture Open Source Forum, and Café Libraries, Goethe stated on Tuesday.
The Libyan culture scene has been severely weakened by the war since 2011, but: “People in Tripoli have increasingly turned towards culture again for a few months now,” says Reem Alfurjani, NGO founder in Tripoli.
It was also this culture that, so to say, saved Mohamed Essul from violence and radicalization, as he reports. The two of them participated in the Cultural Academy Libya with ten other Libyans working in the cultural field, the statement added.
The topics of networking and learning how to advance networks for the intercultural dialogue were also recently discussed at the Cultural Innovators Network (CIN) Culture Open Source Forum in Berlin; 35 young people from the Euro-MENA region have exchanged ideas with representatives of various organizations and institutions, and reassessed the transnational network's operations, the statement mentioned.
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