Afro-Arab Institute for Culture and Strategic Studies (AACI)
Institut Afro-Arabe pour la Culture et les Etudes Stratégiques
2002-04 Bamako Mali
Apr 2002, Bamako (Mali), as Afro-Arab Cultural Institute.
Promote mutual knowledge of African and Arab peoples through their respective cultures; strengthen cultural cooperation and exchange; encourage and facilitate contacts, discussions and dialogue on issues of common interest; promote and encourage cultural exchange between the two regions; contribute to effective implementation of the resolutions, policy decisions and programmes of the African Union (AU) and League of Arab States (LAS).
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Executive Council, comprising: Chairperson of AU; Secretary General of LAS; Director General of ALECSO; African representatives (Senegal, Tunisia, Chad, Kenya, Malawi plus Mali as observer); Arab representatives (Egypt, Jordan, Libyan AJ, Lebanon, Iraq). Scientific Council, comprising from Africa - Burkina Faso, Angola, Zimbabwe and from Arab countries - Libyan AJ, United Arab Emirates, Egypt. Secretariat, comprising Director General, Deputy Director General and 3 departments.
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