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The Global Diwan
The Global Diwan organises an international forum in Nice in 2022 on the pressing issues of Food security and Environmental Safety. The Nice Forum is our first face-to-face Global Diwan event. Foreseen as a yearly gathering, it will bring together, for two days, European and Arab business leaders, experts and decision makers to discuss topical themes of common interest. Learn more.
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Our first Diwaniya was a tremendous success ! Thanks to our friends and partners with a special mention to EGIS, the French leader in engineering and infrastructure. We are looking forward to reproduce Diwaniyas in Kuwait City, Frankfurt, Cairo, Rabat, Beirut and many...
The Global Diwan’s team had the chance to share its views and future projects with Karim Amellal, French Ambassador and Interministerial Delegate for the Mediterranean. We are happy to announce that we will hold a webinar at the beginning of July to provide an...
After Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Egypt and India, The Global Diwan continues to open communication channels and perspectives of cooperation by meeting the ambassadors of the broad #MENA region. Soha Alharbi, a Saudi PhD student at Assas university in Paris who recently...
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An international Economic Forum on Food Security and Environmental Safety to be held in Nice in 2022.
Newsletter N°10 – October 2021
It’s now time to convene our first Diwaniya
- 1st Diwaniya
- Appointment of Dr. Matsuura to the Advisory Board
- Interview with Karima Anbar, General Manager of the Global Diwan
- Introducing our partners
- An overview of food insecurity in Lebanon, Egypt and Iraq
- Total confirms its historical presence in Iraq
- European missionaries in the Ottoman Empire and in Persia during the 19th century