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Round table: Future of the Arabic Language

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In honor of the Center for Cross-Cultural Learning’s 20th anniversary and the International Day of Arabic Language, the CCCL is organizing a round table discussion on “The Future of the Arabic Language” on November 21, 2015 from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm at the CCCL main building. All the people who are interested are invited to attend this round table. During this round table, we will have several speakers, both from Morocco and international, presenting their opinions and expertise on various aspects of this topic.


**** Please confirm your attendance to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it before November 19th, 2015. Number of seats is limited.

**** The language of the round table are: Arabic and English


بمناسبة الذكرى 20 لتأسيس مركز تواصل الثقافات وبمناسبة الاحتفال باليوم العالمي للغة العربية، سينظم المركز ندوة حول موضوع: "مستقبل اللغة العربية" وذلك يوم 21 نونبر 2015 من الساعة 8:30 صباحا الى 1:00 بعد الزوال بمقر المؤسسة. ستتخلل الندوة مجموعة من المداخلات لمؤسسات مغربية وأجنبية لتقديم تجربتهم واستراتيجياتهم المتعلقة بهذا الموضوع. إلى من يهمهم الأمر، أنتم مدعوون للحضور إلى الندوة والإدلاء بآرائكم وأسئلتكم لإغناء النقاش


**** المرجو تأكيد حضوركم بإرسال رسالة بريدية إلى This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it عدد المقاعد محدود
**** اللغتان المتداولتان خلال الندوة هما: اللغة العربية و اللغة الإنجليزية



Round table: Promoting Mechanisms for Civilizational Dialogues

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On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Center for Cross-Cultural Learning, we would like to invite you to attend a round table seminar on “Promoting Mechanisms for Civilizational Dialogues” on November 14, 2015 from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm at the CCCL. During this seminar, several speakers will be presenting their thoughts and ideas on various aspects of the topic. This event is part of our program on Violence and the Dialogue of Civilizations.

Number of seats is limited, so please reserve your seats by emailing
This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by November 7, 2015.


ندوة: آليات تفعيل حوار الحضارات

في إطار سلسلة الندوات واللقاءات التي ينظمها مركز تواصل الثقافات، يسرنا دعوتكم لحضور ندوة تحت عنوان: "آليات تفعيل حوار الحضارات" وذلك يوم السبت 14 نونبر 2015 بمقر المؤسسة من الساعة الثامنة والنصف صباحا إلى حدود الساعة الواحدة زوالا بمناسبة احتفاله بمرور عشرين سنة على تأسيسه.

2015المقاعد محدودة، المرجو تأكيد حضوركم في أجل لا يتعدى 7 من شهر نونبر


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The Center for Cross Cultural Learning (CCCL) is hosting a group of 11 participants from Road Scholar Morocco: Melting Pot of Cultures, October 4-19, 2015. On the program, Moroccan history, Religion, Politics, hands-on activities, and significant interaction with Moroccans all over the kingdom.The cities to be visited have been meticulously picked up to highlight Moroccan multiculturalism
Last Updated on Friday, 02 October 2015 11:24

SIT Amsterdam at CCCL

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CCCL is hosting the SIT Amsterdam program from September the 26th to October the 11th, 2015. The program theme is: International Perspectives on Sexuality and Gender. This program contains lectures related to the main theme, site visits, meeting with some NGOs and a 9 day trip to various cities among which are Casablanca, Marrakesh, Fez and others.

SIT Switzerland fall 2015

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The CCCL hosted a group of 26 American SIT students with 4 accompanying faculty members, coming from Switzerland in a period that spanned from September the 12th to September the 20th 2015. The program theme was Global Health and Development Policy. The objective was to give students the standpoint from which to compare and contrast the public health system in both Switzerland and Morocco and the context in which both systems operate. The program components was composed of homestay, sites and NGOs’ visits, lectures on human rights, food safety, the outcome of Moroccan development on politics and social life and a trip to Chefchaouen city and a village stay.
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