'Casa Árabe: Where Spain and the Arab World encounter each other'
Lecture by Casa Árabe's General Director Eduardo López Busquets at Fordham University, as part of the British Council's Our Shared Future project.
Established in 2006, Casa Árabe is a young public Spanish institution that plays a fundamental role in strengthening the relations between Spain and the Arab world. Especially in the last two years, Casa Árabe has been monitoring the transformations that take place in the North of Africa and Middle East. Casa Árabe conducts and participates in several activities related to the field of culture and human and economic development, and supports the dialogue and communication between different people and groups on an equal footing.
The institution has approached the mutual knowledge, promoting the understanding of the diversity and plurality of Arab and/or Muslims communities, its social, cultural and political features depending on each country. Spain’s geostrategic location and its Arab legacy, consolidates Casa Árabe as a fundamental interlocutor to reaffirm the intrinsic value of cultural diversity and the rights of people to their culture, through respect and mutual understanding.
Free and open to the public. No RSVP required.
- Sketching the future
- New York
- Oct 1, 2012
- 04:00 pm
155 W 60th St, New York, NY 10023View on Google Maps
Fordham University, Lincoln Center Campus, McMahon Hall Lounge - Room 109, 155 West 60th Street, New York
This presentation is co-sponsored by Fordham University's Middle East Studies Program and the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, Casa Árabe, SPAIN arts & culture, and the British Council's Our Shared Future initiative.