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Hargeysa Cultural Centre
The Hargeysa Cultural Center was opened in August 2014 in Hargeysa, Somaliland. The center’s public library holds over 15000 titles.
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Hargeysa Cultural Centre May 23
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Moustafa Ahmad May 21
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Also apply for Research Workshop to be held at (this month) together with ! Bring your Cv or write to COURSES@REDSEA-ONLINE.ORG
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Abdirahman Muse May 20
Deadline: Thursday the 23rd of May. Apply now!
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Ismaaciil C Ubax May 21
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Hargeysa Cultural Centre May 20
Deadline: Thursday the 23rd of May. Apply now!
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Hargeysa Cultural Centre May 16
Replying to @MohamedBarawani
A special thanks goes to Hamse Ibrahim H. Dool, Somaliland representative in and for their assistance and facilitation.
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Hargeysa Cultural Centre May 16
We are honoured to host a distinguished parliamentary delegation from led by Hon. Hood Katuramu, Chairman of Foreign Affairs Committee . Our Director briefed the delegation on the formidable work the Centre is doing in the realm of Arts and Culture
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Kate Wallis May 16
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Africa Writes - Bristol May 16
WE’RE LIVE! Thrilled to reveal our full festival programme today, much of which is inspired by the launch of . Find out more about the performances, book launches, panels and workshops coming to Bristol between 28 June & 4 July here:
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Hargeysa Cultural Centre May 14
We are delighted to welcome Ambassador to Hargeysa Cultural Centre. The ambassador was accompanied by Stuart Brown, Head of British Office in Hargeisa. The Ambassador toured the Centre and enjoyed chatting with our visitors.
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july_blalack May 14
يا أعزائي هذه ورشة العمل مفتوحة لطلبة الدكتوراة وباحثين في بداية السلك المهني متخصصين بالدراسات الأدبية ومقيمين بإفريقيا
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Moustafa Ahmad May 12
One of the many activities of this year's ; Academic Writing Workshop, African Literature & Cultural Production in the 21st Century. will host the workshop as usual. Spread the word.
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Ismaaciil C Ubax May 12
Apply by the 20th of May.
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Hargeysa International Book Fair May 12
Academic Writing Workshop: African Literature & Cultural Production in the 21st Century University of Bristol , University of Exeter , Eastern African Literary & Cultural Studies , Apply by 20 May.
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Dr. Jama Musse Jama May 12
Academic Writing Workshop: African Literature & Cultural Production in the 21st Century University of Bristol , University of Exeter , Eastern African Literary & Cultural Studies , Apply by 20 May.
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Hargeysa Cultural Centre May 12
Academic Writing Workshop: African Literature & Cultural Production in the 21st Century University of Bristol , University of Exeter , Eastern African Literary & Cultural Studies , Apply by 20 May.
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Hargeysa Cultural Centre May 10
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Xaaji Cabdi Kariim "Cabdi Waraabe", oday dhqamaeed iyo mid ka mid ah tiirarka waayeyn ee Somaliland lahayd ayaa maanta ku geeriyooday Hargeysa. Cimrigiisa dheeraa waxaa ku suntan adkaynta Nabadda, dib-u heshiinshiin iyo Qaran-dhis. Allaha ha u naxariisto.
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Hargeysa Cultural Centre May 10
Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un. Somaliland have today lost an icon of peace, reconciliation and political tolerance. Haji Abdikarem Hussein "Abdi Waraabe", spent most of his 122 years of his life on peace-making, reconciling and leading the nation towards progress.
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Dr. Jama Musse Jama May 8
It finally arrived! One of the most expected books at . Dr Abdirascid M Ismail from DJibouti University presents a scholerly work on future of . . Safe the dates 20_25 July.
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Hargeysa Cultural Centre May 8
Mark your Calendars! This year is going to be lit with amazing books and literary festival to be featured at !
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