Pekyolu International Exhibitions will be organizing the BeautyIstanbul Exhibition on 2-3-4 October 2019 at Congress Center, Taksim, Istanbul, Republic of Turkey. The said Exhibition will showcase the latest developments of cosmetic business in the world where over 400 exhibitors from more than 40 countries are expected to exhibit their products and services. The 3-days event offers numerous business opportunities for the participants and the exhibitors through B2B meetings, on site matchmaking, and networking with top quality industry manufacturers, suppliers and experts. For further information, the interested participants and exhibitors can visit their website: www.beauty-istanbul.com . Exhibition brochure is also enclosed.
The Oxford Museum of the History of Science launched an online Al-Mizan Exhibition, this exhibition explores the connections between the sciences and arts in societies from Muslim Civilisation. As a continuation of Al-Mizan Exhibition, the Oxford Museum of the History of Science has invited adults and young people to share ideas, thoughts and reflections and help shape the display of the collection of early scientific instruments from the Islamic world from 22 November 2017 13:00 – 22 November 2017 13:45 and 25 November 2017 10:00 – 25 November 2017 12:00.
During 2010-2011, the Oxford Museum of the History of Science launched an online Al-Mizan Exhibition. According to the Museum’s website, this exhibition explores the connections between the sciences and arts in societies from Muslim Civilisation. It presents highlights from the Museum’s collection of Islamic scientific instruments alongside medieval manuscripts, metalwork and ceramics on loan from other major collections. The links between scientific inquiry and artistic beauty are vividly revealed through the decorative and practical work of the craftsman.
World Environment Day (WED) is an annual event that is aimed at being the biggest and most widely celebrated global day for positive environmental action. WED activities take place all year round and climax on 5 June every year, involving everyone from everywhere.
The WED celebration began in 1972 and has grown to become one of the main vehicles through which the United Nations stimulates worldwide awareness of the environment and encourages political attention and action.
Through WED, the United Nations Environment Programme is able to personalize environmental issues and enable everyone to realize not only their responsibility, but also their power to become agents for change in support of sustainable and equitable development.
WED is also a day for people from all walks of life to come together to ensure a cleaner, greener and brighter outlook for themselves and future generations.
The aim of the International Day for Monuments and Sites is to encourage local communities and individuals throughout the world to consider the importance of cultural heritage to their lives, identities and communities, and to promote awareness of its diversity and vulnerability and the efforts required to protect and conserve it.
18 April is celebrated all over the world by a wide range of organizations and many UNESCO’s National and International Scientific Committees.
Events include scientific conferences and symposium, exhibitions, photography competitions, excursions, press conferences, the awarding of prizes, releasing press releases, publishing magazine articles and projecting films, among others.
The Research Centre MOHA in cooperation with the Greek Delegation of Unesco inaugurates on Saturday April 16, 2016 at 20:00 the photo exhibition “GREEK UNESCO’S MONUMENTS” in the house of Mohamed Ali Pasha Kavala, Greece.
This symposium is predicated on the premise of shared cultural continuities around the Mediterranean between Islamdom, Christendom (Western Europe) and Byzantium.
It argues that these three politico-cultural zones have shared, appropriated and developed the late Antiquity heritage that they inherited, each within its own religious and cultural framework.
Starting from this broad historical spectrum, the symposium will posit the emergence of Islam in the seventh century not as a disruption of the classical culture in its late manifestations, but rather as a purposeful continuation of that culture.
Within this event, the Mohammed Ali Research Center hopes to gather scholars working on the theme of continuity between late Antiquity and the rise of Islam in a variety of fields that can fall under the two headings of material and epistemological domains.
The ultimate aim is to reinforce the thesis of shared continuities around the Mediterranean and to further challenge the traditional intellectual and pedagogical approaches that have long emphasized cultural separation and insularity between Islamdom and Christendom.
Two keynote speakers will address the two domains of investigation and explore the analytical and methodological contours of the general theme of the symposium:
- Nasser Rabbat, Aga Khan professor at MIT,
will explore instances of continuity and adaptation from the late
antique to the early Islamic (or Umayyad) Architecture, with a special
emphasis on Syria.
- Prof. Garth Fowden, Sultan Qaboos Professor of Abrahamic Faiths at University of Cambridge, will discuss the transition from the late antique to early Islamic thought worlds, represented respectively by Alexandria and Baghdad.
Water is life… there are a few things that every human being agrees with. One of them is of course water being essential to our life. It is embedded not just biologically but in every part of our life both physically and spiritually. It is no surprise that most religions and cultures paid much attention to water. Islam, in particular, holds a very special place for water. This is manifested in its holy scripts and the vast works of scholars through Muslim civilization.
Today is a World Water Day, this day “is marked on 22 March every year. It’s a day to celebrate water. It’s a day to make a difference for the members of the global population who suffers from water related issues. It’s a day to prepare for how we manage water in the future. In 1993, the United Nations General Assembly designated 22 March as the first World Water Day. 23 years later, World Water Day is celebrated around the world every year, shining the spotlight on a different issue. Join the movement.” United Nations – www.un.org/en/events/waterday
World Muslim Women Summit and Exhibition | WISE 2018 (with the theme of “One Woman – One World | Politics for Building Power and Justice”) took place in Istanbul during 1 – 2 March 2018. Alongside with it, two important events took place at the same venue: The 8th Meeting of the World Islamic Forum and the Ceremony of the third Islamic World Istanbul Awards.
These conferences were under the auspices of the Think Tank organization, TASAM, Turkey.
In this event, FSTC’s President, Professor Salim Al-Hassani delivered a keynote lecture on the “Early Women of Science, Technology, Medicine and Management.”