Events

Workshop

22 Nov 2016
25 Nov 2016
Institut d'Estudis Catalans, Barcelona

Mediterranean Cities: Space and Territory

The second edition of the international seminar “Mediterranean Cities: Space and Territory” is attended by half a hundred outstanding researchers who, based on the historical evolution of cities, address several of their current problems.

Workshop

17 Nov 2016
18 Nov 2016
Citilab Cornellà del Llobregat

The Mediterranean As An Open Living Lab

Representants de centres d'innovació digital, social i col·laborativa del Líban, Grècia, Turquia, el Marroc, França, Egipte, Itàlia, Israel, Tunísia participen en un seminari euromediterrani aquest dijous i divendres al Citilab de Cornellà.

Conference

21 Jan 2016
22 Jan 2016
Palau de Pedralbes, Barcelona

The Mediterranean under the Academic Lens

The conference is part of the interdisciplinary research seminar "The Mediterranean under the academic lens: 2016 in perspective", which is structured in six sessions each dedicated to a topic. It is part of the program Aula Mediterrània.

Cultural activity

28 Jul 2016
Vic

Inauguration of The Exhibition “Ramon Llull and The Meeting Between Cultures”

To commemorate the 700th anniversary of the death of Ramon Llull, the IEMed is carrying out a series of activities to highlight the importance of Llull’s work and life trajectory from the Middle Ages to the present day.

Cultural activity

07 Nov 2016
Institut d'Estudis Catalans, Barcelona

Conference “Mar de Paraules” with Najat El Hachmi in Barcelona

The fight against gender violence is the object of this 9th edition of the literary contest "A sea of words", organized by the IEMed and the Anna Lindh Foundation, following the proposal of the European Parliament for 2016.

Cultural activity

20 Apr 2016
Palau dels Virreis

Inauguration of the Exhibition “Pharaoh’s Flowers”

This IEMed exhibition proposes, which brings together a selection of 70 pieces from two of the most important papyrus collections in the country: that of the Museum of the Abbey of Montserrat and that of the Historical Archive of the Jesuits of Barce...

Conference

19 May 2016
IEMed, Barcelona

Revolt and Post-Revolt in Yemen: An Analysis From Elites and Social Movements

An in-depth analysis of the relationship and interaction between government elites, social movements and international actors allows us to offer some clues about the revolutionary process and the causes of the current civil war.

Conference

10 Feb 2016
IEMed, Barcelona

Nonviolent Resistance in Palestine. Actions in the Popular Resistance Committees Against the Occupation

Non-violence as a way of facing a situation of injustice and trying to change it is not something new: it exists from the very origin of said injustices and the appearance of movements or people that try to change them.

Conference

25 Feb 2016
IEMed, Barcelona

A Return To Arabism: Mizrahim Writers In Israeli Literature

The writer Almog Behar, considers that the reason why notable Mizrahim poets have taken up Arabic as a tool of expression recent decades, has been the need to communicate what official Hebrew was unable to convey.

Workshop

26 May 2016
IEMed, Barcelona

The Revolution and The Reality Nowadays in Egypt

Rabab the Mahdi, professor of Political Science at the American University of Cairo, analyzes the development of events over the past five years and explains the different actors and their current status, as well as the current state of things in Egy...

Conference

30 Nov 2016
IEMed, Barcelona

Narratives, Media And Social Change In Syria, Lebanon And Palestine

Dina Matar explains the narratives that prevail in the West about what is happening in the Middle East, focusing mainly on the elements that determine the narratives of conflict and activism in Palestine, but also dealing with those of Syria and Leba...

Workshop

25 Feb 2016
Palau Macaya, Barcelona

Islam Seen from Europe

Organized by the CEI International Affairs, the conference aims to vindicate Islam as a religion of the Old Continent and help overcome controversy, social fears and stigmatization through knowledge and dialogue.