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This morning, Tuesday, November 2, 2021, a working session took place at the Ministry’s headquarters between the Minister of Cultural Affairs, Dr. Hayat Qatat Al-Qirmazi, and the Minister of Culture and Knowledge Development in the Libyan National Unity Government, Mrs. Mabrouka Toghi, in the presence of Mr. Faraj Omar Saleh Al-Ratayb, Director of the Minister’s Office and Director of the Research, Information and Documentation Center, Mr. Abdul Hakim Ali Leader and media official, Mr. Naseem Mohamed Nael.
Under the supervision of the Regional Delegation for Cultural Affairs in Monastir, the first edition of the International Forum for Creative Children was launched on Thursday, February 25, 2021, which will continue until March 13, 2021, and whose activities are broadcast on the official page of the House of Culture in Wardanine.
On Monday November 23, 2020, the Acting Minister of Cultural Affairs, Mr. Habib Ammar, supervised a meeting in the presence of the Secretary General of the General University of Culture of the Tunisian General Labor Union, Mr. Moftah Nassi, and representatives of the main union of the musical professions in the states of Sidi Bouzid, Kairouan, Sfax and Gabes, on the negative social and economic repercussions that the Corona pandemic has left on workers in the cultural field.
Acting Minister of Cultural Affairs, Mr. Habib Ammar, held a meeting today, Monday, 09 November 2020, at the headquarters of the Ministry of Health, with a number of representatives of the scientific committee to confront the Corona pandemic, to discuss the measures to be taken in line with the current health situation in the country in the cultural sector.
Today, Saturday 19 September 2020, the Minister of Cultural Affairs, Mr. Walid Zaidi, supervised at the Sousse Museum the inauguration of the project “Museums for All: Modern Technology in Serving the Blind. This project is an initiative presented by the Braille Association for Education and Culture in partnership with 3D Wave, the Heritage Revival and Cultural Development Agency and the National Heritage Institute with funding from the Tefnun Project - Creative Tunisia.
The Minister of Cultural Affairs, Mr. Walid Zaidi, received yesterday, Monday, September 21, 2020, President of the Tunisian Academy of Sciences, Literature and Arts, Mr. Abdel Majid Charfi, to consider various issues related to the cultural field and options for national construction towards a better future for future generations.