Institute of Arab Research and Studies
Institut des études et des recherches arabes
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1953 Cairo Egypt
1953, Cairo (Egypt), by resolution of D-XD2903 - League of Arab States (LAS). Became part of D-XD4163 - Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (ALECSO) in 1970, based in Baghdad (Iraq). Transferred to Cairo in 1988. Also referred to as Institut des recherches et des études arabes.
Prepare highly qualified Arab researchers involved in post-graduate social, economic, legal and literary studies and research; carry out ecological studies of Arab countries, emphasizing deserts, rivers, underground water and mineral wealth; conduct demographic studies, emphasizing the economic impact on development of Arab countries; cooperate with Arab universities in sponsoring in-depth studies on urgent contemporary issues; provide policy-makers with up-to-date information on development issues in Arab countries.
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