UNHCR and ABC Federal University will hold conference and seminar on the challenges of social integration of new immigrants in Brazil. The events take place from November 23 to 25.
Diplomats and government officials will have a week of classes on Islamic society, culture and state. In its fourth edition, the course will introduce new themes, such as the gender issue.
São Paulo’s Fundação Ema Klabin will host a meeting featuring Cintia Gama, the holder of a PhD in Ancient Egyptian Religion, on Saturday.
Professors and scholars from Brazil will convene in an international colloquium to address Arab influence in Brazilian society. The event happens on the 27th and 28th in the city of Jounieh.
The country will offer as many as 100 scholarships to master’s and doctoral candidates from developing nations. Students from six Arab countries are eligible. The deadline for applications is November 25.
The World Conference of Brazilian Writers Abroad will gather authors and students in Erlangen, on October 12 to 15. Roberto Khatlab will talk about the literary work of women in Brazil and Lebanon.
The course ‘Islamic Art’, in October, will focus on the development of the art under the influence of Islamism. Classes will talk about how political issues were dominant factors in the area. Registrations are open.
Georgetown University Qatar, of Doha, will fund researches on mobility, displacement and forced migration in the Middle East. The grants can reach up to USD 25,000. Registrations are open until September 15.