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QNL plans to launch Yemen documentary heritage exhibition in partnership with UNESCO

The Qatar National Library (QNL) on Wednesday signed a letter of intent with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to co-host an exhibition showcasing Yemen’s documentary heritage scheduled for May-July 2023. signed.
Supported by the UNESCO Secretariat for the Gulf States and Yemen, the exhibition builds on the library’s extensive collection of photographs and manuscripts from Yemen and aims to raise awareness of the importance of protecting and preserving it. purpose.
Taking this opportunity, the Secretary General of QNL Tan Huism said: It has also provided global access to knowledge at the regional and international frontiers. “We believe this exhibition, a treasure trove of Yemen’s rarest and most valuable historical images and manuscripts, will be a great way for our community to explore and engage with the country’s cultural wealth.” she said, adding: “This agreement is also an example of the library’s efforts to raise awareness of the need to strengthen the protection of documentary heritage in the region,” said Salah Khaled, Director of UNESCO Her Doha Office for the Gulf States and Yemen. said: , Yemen’s documentary heritage agency needs more than ever support and funding to ensure the preservation of its extraordinary cultural heritage, which is increasingly endangered. “Through this project, we hope to raise awareness about the richness of Yemen’s heritage and highlight the importance and urgency of supporting initiatives that directly impact the preservation of documentary heritage,” he said. Added.
The Library continues to explore regional and international collaborations to continue its role of sharing the Arab world’s cultural heritage and providing people with a variety of informative and educational content.

Last update: Aug 10, 2022 03:52 PM



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