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New film by Northwestern Qatar professor explores hope, voice, protest

New film by Northwestern Qatar professor explores hope, voice, protest

A new film, ‘The Translator’, written and co-directed by Rana Kazkaz, assistant professor of communication at Northwestern Qatar, has just been named one of 30 indie films to be featured ...

Book by HEC Paris professors explores business challenges, opportunities in Qatar

Book by HEC Paris professors explores business challenges, opportunities in Qatar

Two HEC Paris in Qatar professors have complied several high profile cases studies from Qatar in a new book titled ‘Doing business in Qatar - case studies for executive education’.

QNL panel discussion explores changes to library services across the world during the pandemic

QNL panel discussion explores changes to library services across the world during the pandemic

Qatar National Library (QNL) hosted an international panel discussion recently, bringing together leading librarians from Qatar and across the world to share knowledge ...

QNRF ‘Women in Science’ fellow explores sustainable water treatment method

QNRF ‘Women in Science’ fellow explores sustainable water treatment method

A research associate at Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute (QEERI) made significant advancements in developing a sustainable mechanism for wastewater treatment and reuse ...

QNL lecture explores relationship between cultural heritage and human rights

QNL lecture explores relationship between cultural heritage and human rights

Qatar National Library’s ( QNL) first anniversary lecture on Tuesday discussed the crucial relationship between cultural heritage and human rights as its main subject.

Qatar Museums explores the vanishing heritage of Syria

Qatar Museums explores the vanishing heritage of Syria

The Museum of Islamic Art (MIA) in Doha will present a major exhibition entitled Syria Matters opening on November 23, 2018 as part of the 10-year anniversary celebrations ...

Tunisia's president proposes relative as PM, critics cry foul

Tunisia's president proposes relative as PM, critics cry foul

Tunisia's President Beji Caid Essebsi has proposed a junior minister who is a family member as his candidate to replace sacked Prime Minister Habib Essid, politicians said on Tuesday, drawing accusations of nepotism from the opposition.