World Wide Education

As part of our commitment to adult education, our World Wide Education invites you to broaden your knowledge on a number of universal themes. Through online learning, you can develop your understanding on subjects and engage with other people who share a similar passion for learning. 

We Love History 

The Arab American National Museum is the first museum in the world devoted to Arab American history and culture. Located in Dearborn, Michigan, the Museum seeks to show visitors the Arab American experience through a timeline of exhibitions, public events and wider community engagement. 

The American Sephardi Federation preserves and promotes the history, traditions, and rich mosaic culture of Greater Sephardic communities, as an integral part of the Jewish experience. Along with public education services, the ASF also run Diarna, who are working digitally to preserve Jewish history across the Middle East and North Africa.

We Love Books

Comma Press are a not-for-profit publisher and development agency specialising in short fiction from the UK and beyond. Their interdisciplinary commissions celebrate the short story's ability to take deep dives into cutting-edge research, and their 'Futures Past' series has delivered ground-breaking anthologies of science fiction from Palestine, Iraq, Kurdistan and elsewhere. 

Saqi Books is a leading independent publisher of trade and academic books on the Middle East and North Africa. For over three decades, Saqi Books have offered an independent platform for writers and artists from around the world, releasing cutting-edge and ground-breaking works. They are also proud to bring out in English translation the best in new and classic Arabic literature, including works by Naguib Mahfouz, Mahmoud Darwish, Adonis and Nawal El Saadawi. 

We Love Heritage 

The city of Mosul, meaning “the linking point" in Arabic, is one of the oldest cities in the world. For millennia, it has been a strategic crossing and a bridge between north and south, east and west. “Revive the Spirit of Mosul” is UNESCO’s most ambitious reconstruction campaign in recent decades. It is based on three pillars: heritage, cultural life and education, as essential drivers for the recovery of Mosul. 

The Iraqi Seed Collective is a group of Iraqi heritage people and seed growers, is devoted to preserving the genetic legacy of Iraqi crops through saving heirloom seeds and creating an Iraqi seed library available to interested gardeners. The Iraqi Seed collective is spearheaded by the Awafi Kitchen who aim to uplift ancient culture, cuisine, and stories from the fertile crescent. 

African-American History and Heritage 

Established in 1968 by Mrs. Coretta Scott King, The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change (“The King Center”) has been a global destination, resource center and community institution for over a quarter century. Nearly one million people each year make pilgrimage to learn, be inspired and pay their respects to Dr. King’s legacy. 

Through both global and local outreach, educational programming and engagement with the African Diaspora, The Shabazz Center is a generative, action-oriented community organization, committed to growing social movements that empower and prepare people for leadership in civil society.

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