Sam Najjair, former foreign fighter in Libya and author of "Lions of the Tripoli Brigade", and Mayte Carrasco, journalist and writer, present together on Thursday, 17 March, 2016, at 19h30 two books published by the Euro-Arab Foundation regarding armed conflicts: Najjair's chronicles of the fight against Gaddafi and the collective publication on "Armed Conflicts, Gender and Communication", edited by Inmaculada Marrero, Executive Secretary of the Euro-Arab Foundation.
Registration open until April, 2, 2016. "Islam in Europe: Problems, Challenges and Suggestions" is the 3rd seminar among the series held at the Euro-Arab Foundation from 4 to 8 April, 2016.
The International Chair of Amazigh Culture was established thanks to an agreement signed on December, 15, 2014 between the Euro-Arab Foundation for Higher Studies (Granada) and Doctor Leila Mezian Foundation (Casablanca).
"Islam is neither sexist nor does it oppress women. However, patriarchal interpretations of its religious texts are so." These were statements of the Research Professor, Natalia Andujar, during her interview by EMA RTV.
Thursday, 3 March, 2016, at 19h00, inauguration of the exhibition of Granada's painter, Raimundo Iáñez, at the Euro-Arab Foundation. A collection of works inspired by opera.
The Second of the Seminar Series of the Chair of Studies in Islamic Civilization and Renewal of Religious Thought, titled 'Islamic Thought and Women's Liberation - Analytical and Critical Approach to Islamic Rhetoric concerning Women', takes place from 1 to 4 March, 2016.
"Islam in Europe: Problems, Challenges and Suggestions", held from 4 to 8 April, 2016, is the third seminar among the series imparted at the Euro-Arab Foundation. The Series of Seminars takes place from January to June, 2016, at the headquarters of the Euro-Arab Foundation, as part of the Chair of Studies in Islamic Civilization.
Among the "100 YEARS OF PHOTOGRAPHY" Days, the lecture takes place on Wednesday 17 February at 18h00 in the Aula Magna of the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts - UGR
From 11 to 12 February, 2016, at the Institute of Peace and Conflicts Research of the University of Granada.