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MBI Al Jaber Foundation
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Philanthropy, Education, Cultural Dialogue, Good Governance, MENA
Philanthropy, Education, Cultural Dialogue, Good Governance, MENA

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The Gingko foundations promote and facilitate dialogue between the Middle East and the Western world through conferences, events and scholarly publications. Their next conference,
'The Mercantile Effect', with the Courtauld Institute of Art, is taking place in Berlin from 18-19 November 2016 - don't miss it.

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This year's Beatrice de Cardi Lecture takes place as part of a day of events celebrating the life and legacy of Beatrice de Cardi - the CBA's first employee who sadly passed away in July. The event will take place on Monday 7 November at the British Academy, 10-11 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AH.
You can book a place at this year's lecture on eventbrite or call them during office hours on 01904 671417.

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Goodbye to one of Egypt's most celebrated Artists, Gamal Kotb, who died on Sunday.

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MBI Al Jaber Foundation Head of Programmes Marylyn Whaymand attended a lecture by Stephen Hawking at Imperial College London on Monday 17th October. The lecture on Professor Hawking's latest research 'Quantum Black Holes' was introduced by Professor Jerome Gauntlett, Head of the Theoretical Physics Group at Imperial with a specially filmed introduction by Dr Sheldon Cooper of Big Bang Theory fame! Professor Fay Dowker gave the Vote of Thanks, after which there was a reception where Imperial's theoretical physicists were available for informal discussions about general relativity and beyond! #hawkingtalk

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Foundation Director Carolyn Perry attended last night's lecture by Sultan Souud Al Qassemi on Politics in Modern Arab Art. The lecture was the part of LSE's Kuwait Programme.
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