National Center for Translation
The center will honor the winner, along with three other translators that applied for the competition.
The celebration will be held on March 9 at 12 p.m., in the Taha Hussein Hall of the National Center for Translation.
The festival will be held from March 3 to March 5 in Egypt’s Qena.
The winner of the Rifa’a al-Tahtawy Award for Translation receives a financial reward of LE 100,000, a commemorative shield and a certificate of appreciation.
On November 4, a number of artistic and cultural events will be held in various locations.
The members of the board of the National Center for Translation are former Minister of Culture Dr. Jaber Asfour, Dr. Muhammad Anati, Dr. Muhammad Salmawi, Dr. Huda Wasfi, Ambassador Mushira Khattab.
The National Center for Translation will participate in the 52nd Cairo International book Fair set to be held from June 30 to July 15 in Egypt’s International Exhibitions Center.
On May 20, a number of cultural events and activities will be held in a various organizations and creative centers.
The National Center for Translation announced the extension of the application for the two Tharwat Okasha Prizes for translating arts from and to the Arabic language until May 20.
The workshop seeks to provide the opportunity for trainees to practice translation over five days of practical training.
Professor of Greek Literature at the Faculty of Arts, Cairo University Munira Karawan was honored as the Personality of the Year at the Taha Hussein Hall in the presence of a number of critics and translators.
The celebration of the International Women's Day includes a number of activities that begin with a speech for Director of the National Center for Translation Karma Sami, entitled "Girls of Suhair".
The General Egyptian Book Organization announced starting the application period for the 52nd Cairo International Book Fair Award, which runs until the end of March 2021.
The National Center for Translation is holding an exhibition of some of the center's translated publications, on the sidelines of the International Women's Day.
The National Center for Translation announced the 12th Rafaa al-Tahtawi Award for Translation, the 9th Youth Award for Translation and the 6th Award for Scientific Translation.
The celebration will include the honoring of numerous translators, in addition to holding a cultural discussion.
The center offers discounts ranging from 30 percent to 70 percent on all publications.
Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem issued a decision to appoint Karma Mohamed Sami, Professor of English Literature at the Faculty of Al-Alsun, Ain Shams University, as the Director of the National Center for Translation for a year.
Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem issued a decision to appoint Ola Adel Abdel Gawad as Director of the National Center for Translation.
The Alexandria Book Fair will host more than 50 local publishers. Kuwait, UAE, Syria and Palestine will also participate in the event.