Dear friends of the Ibn Rushd Fund, We wish you a new year as happy as possible in the current circumstances. But the light of spring is in sight, and […]Continue Reading
Missing Archive, missing narrative? Where is the archive of Palestine, and who owns it? How did the missing archive create a void in the Palestinian narrative and what did the Palestinians do to compensate this? In her films, Mahasen Nasser Eldin […]Continue Reading
Following our discussion of “Silences & Words” in Palestinian literature (you can find the recording of the event here), we are glad to announce this discussion with award-winning novelist Susan […]Continue Reading
Sovereignty, the Subject and Life under Siege & what led him to initiate the Great Return March Dear friends of Freedom of Thought, in the Arab World and elsewhere, “How […]Continue Reading
The hashtag ‘#My Palestinian Sitty’, a phrase coined by the democratic US congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, is trending on social media: My Palestinian Grandma. Lots of Palestinian users both in Palestine […]Continue Reading
Dear friends of freedom of thought, in the Arab World and elsewhere, Roots are at the base of everyone’s identity, and the need to know one’s roots plays a central […]Continue Reading
Dear friends of freedom of thought, the next Ibn Rushd Lecture is a special one, complemented by recital and music, and rounded off with a small reception, all in commemoration […]Continue Reading
with Dr. Hanan Ashrawi Palestine is a name for a region that has undergone dramatic change. Once sounding like a divine promise, it now seems to be a synonym for […]Continue Reading
Ibn Rushd on tour with Al Qafila 2018 – the cultural caravan on the Journey of Life along the ‘Balkan Route’.
The Qafila al-Hayat sends artists and musicians from seven Arab countries on a Journey of Life to travel as a caravan in the footsteps of the men and women who fled war and destruction in their home countries in the Middle East along what became known as the Balkan Route.
And while they are experiencing their compatriots journey, these young people are on a mission: to show local audiences the rich culture that is a treasure brought by the people traveling towards a future on this most fateful journey of their lives.
Young journalists was a press competition project for pupils of from each one boys and one girls school in Tulkarem – Palestine A joint work between the Palestinian Ministry of Education and the Ibn Rushd Foundation for Free Thought.
This is to activate the student’s relationship with problems in their environment and to discuss them completely freely. The competition took place for a period of three months, during which students participating had to go to libraries and the Internet in search for sources of news.