The first ever Persian language translation training course organized by Iran cultural center in Pakistani city of Rawalpindi concluded.
The first edition of the Science and Technology Exchange Program among Muslim Countries (STEP) has seen its closing ceremony in the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur.
The second edition of an art and cultural festival named “Prophet of Mercy” will be held in the holy city of Qom, central Iran, early next year.
The Learning Teacher Network held a successful International Conference titled “Empowering the Teacher of Tomorrow” in Tallinn, Estonia on 22-24 September. More than 140 participants from 23 countries and all levels of education attended to network, share knowledge and experience, and learn more about Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) and the Global Action Programme (GAP).
The 13th United Nations Biodiversity Conference was held with the attendance of some 20 countries, including Iran on Dec 2 in Cancun, Mexico.
An exhibition of Islamic art opened to visitors at Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology in Oxford, England, last Thursday.
Director of Iranian Seminaries’ Quran and Etrat Department said planning is underway for holding the first international Quran competition for Islamic seminary students.
The Islamic Society of Greater Houston (ISGH) and Daybreak Press Publishing, of the nonprofit Rabata, on Saturday held the second annual Muslim Women’s Literary Conference at UH in the Graduate College of Social Work auditorium.
The international festival of Imam Sajjad (AS) will be organized by a number of Iranian and Indian cultural associations.
The 22nd edition of Egypt’s conference on Scientific Miracle of Quran and Sunnah is being held in the country’s Qena province.
The 1st International Conference on Water, Environment and Sustainable Development opened in Ardabil in presence of professors of Iranian and foreign universities.
The largest global innovation conference, IASP, kicked off in the Russian capital Moscow on Tue. with an Iranian delegation also in attendance.
International Conference on Renewable Energies will be held in December this year with the support of Renewable Energy Research and Technology Bureau.
Restoration workshop in Kerman reconstructs historic monuments, including ancient shrine of Shah Nimatullah Wali, who was a Sufi Master and poet from the 14th and 15th centuries.
A conference titled “Aspects of Qur'anic Scholarship - Philology meets Theology” is planned to be held in the German capital of Berlin later this month.
An art exhibition titled ‘Running Toward Dreams’ featuring works of young Iranian and American artists is underway at sUgAR gallery, Arkansas.
Malaysia’s Selangor state will host an international Quran conference in November to promote Quranic research.
The President of the Universal Scientific Education Research Network (USERN), Dr Nima Rezaei, a track Iranian scholar and scientist and one of the top %1 scientists of the world, is going to organise the subject world congress in cooperation with the Iranian National Commission for UNESCO, the top %1 scientists of the world, Nobel/Abel laureates and other related entities. The Congress will emphasise the important role of multidisciplinary studies regardless of geographical borders. As such, it covers a wide range of scientific issues, which will be presented by Nobel/Able Laureates and top world scientists.
The training workshop on “Heritage in UNESCO Programmes” was organised by Communication and Information Department of the Iranian National Commission for UNESCO and held at the NatCom on 16 February 2016, bringing together representatives from the media, journalists and specialists of the Iranian Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organisation, as well as interested individuals.