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    3rd Edition of ICESCO International Open Days Concludes its Proceedings

    30 January 2024

    The third edition of ICESCO’s International Open Days, held over four days by its affiliated International Chairs Network for Thought, Literature, and Arts, in cooperation with Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University and the Arts, Sciences, and Civilizations Chair at the Euro Mediterranean University of Fez, concluded its proceedings on Sunday, 28 January 2024.

    During the opening-day scientific symposium, Dr. Mohamed Zinelabidine, Head of ICESCO Culture and Communication Sector, delivered a presentation themed “Linkages and Connections between Environment and Technologies,” held at Euro Mediterranean University of Fez, in which he reviewed the roles and objectives of ICESCO’s International Chairs Network for Thought, Literature, and Arts, noting that the eight-chair Network operates in several Arab, African, and Latin American countries, and explores different African humanitarian, philosophical, literary, and civilizational issues. On the same day, ICESCO participated in a symposium on cultural policies for sustainable development, held by UNESCO in Paris.

    The second day saw the launch of the cultural projects incubator “Ibdaa,” developed by ICESCO in partnership with the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie for North African countries to supervise the “creative intelligence” projects of more than eighty young people from Tunisia, Morocco, Libya, and Mauritania. The incubator will support 45 pioneering projects by providing a year-round training and capacity-building workshops to establish startups in the field of creative industries and digital cultural economy.

    On the third day, ICESCO’s International Chairs Network for Thought, Literature and Arts held a working session, in Rabat, in partnership with the Center for Technical Study, Knowledge and Practices (CETCOPRA), affiliated to Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University, in the presence of Dr. Caroline Moricot, Vice-President of the University, whereby the two parties agreed to form a joint team of study and research in areas of common interest.

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