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Human and Social sciences forum 'Insaniyyat' kicks-off in Tunis

Opportunity for exchange, learning and widening of horizons

21 September, 13:39

    TUNIS - The first edition of the Tunisian international forum dedicated to human and social sciences, called 'Insaniyyat', was just launched at the University of Manouba, Tunis. The forum was jointly organized by the University of Tunis and Manouba and will run until 24 September.
    The Tunisian Minister of higher education and scientific research, Moncef Boukthir, highlighted in his opening speech, in the presence of the Minister of Education, Fethi Sellaouti, the importance of this forum as it shows the contribution of Tunisian universities to finding innovative solutions and the role of human and social sciences. Their role in conducting an analysis of social, environmental and pandemic and how this has changed society. In addition to revolutions, economic crises and the numerous socio-economic and political challenges: terrorism, corruption, poverty, unemployment, violence, school drop-out rates and illegal migration.
    Over 1,500 researchers and academics, hailing from over 40 countries, will participate at the forum, many of the artists and academics come from the Middle East, Africa and Europe within the context of a situation marked by important political and economic changes. During the inaugural session, which took place in the presence of the ambassadors of France, Indonesia, Palestine and the governor of Manouba, the speakers highlighted the forum's importance. Its role as a reciprocal opportunity to learn from each other, exchange points of view and widen their horizons among academics, researchers and students coming from different cultural and language backgrounds.
    'Insaniyyat' is organized in collaboration with the Institute for Research on Contemporary Maghreb, the Scientific Interest Grouping Middle East and Muslim Worlds and various other institutions and academic and cultural organizations.

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