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February 2019

Holy Family in Egypt

5th February @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Holy Family in Egypt Egypt is the cradle of human civilization: A fact hardly contested among authoritative historians. Egypt also enjoys a focal geo-political position. Connecting Africa, Asia and Europe through the Mediterranean Sea. On its land, migrations of people, traditions, philosophies and religious beliefs succeeded each other for thousands of years. Evidence of this succession is still visible in the accumulation of monuments and sites attesting to a uniquely comprehensive cultural heritage. Indeed, one of the phenomena which shaped…

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Is reporting on Religious events in the Middle East by the Media biased?

5th February @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Army & Navy Club, 36 Pall Mall, St. James's
London, SW1Y United Kingdom

Is reporting on Religious events in the Middle East by the Media biased? RSVP HERE On 5th February 2019 we plan to hold our 3rd Faith evening under the title Is Reporting on Religious Events in the Middle East by the Media Biased? Once again, our Patron and Founder Member, Dr. Ahmed El Mokadem, has agreed to sponsor the evening. His belief in the sanctity of different religions, despite himself being an extremely devout Moslem, is a lesson to us all.…

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The Faith evening on 5th February

5th February @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

The Faith evening on 5th February was our best yet. It helped that we had a terrific panel. The former Bishop of Rochester, Bishop Michael Nazir Ali; Rabbi David Mason from the Muswell Hill synagogue; Dr Hisham Hellyer Senior Associate Fellow at the Royal United Services Institute (UK); the Journalist and Writer Jack Thompson (at one time the BBC Cairo correspondent) and chaired by the wonderful Dr. Elisabeth Kendall, Senior Research Fellow in Arabic at Pembroke College Oxford who kept…

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The 9th Sir Michael Weir Annual Lecture to be delivered by Dame Minouche Shafik

20th February @ 6:30 am - 8:30 pm
Institute of Directors, 116 Pall Mall
London, SW1Y 5ED United Kingdom
Free

The 9th Sir Michael Weir Annual Lecture to be delivered by Dame Minouche Shafik RSVP HERE Sir Michael Weir was the founding Chairman in 1990 of the British Egyptian Society and continued until 2006 when he handed over to The Rt. Hon Baroness Symons of Vernham Dean, shortly before his death. This, our Flagship Event, celebrates the warmth and the affection in which Sir Michael was held by his friends and colleagues in our Society. This year’s event will given…

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March 2019

“Painting Exhibition: She”

1st March @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Egyptian Cultural and Educational Bureau, 4, Chesterfield Gardens, Mayfair
London, W1J 5BG United Kingdom
Free

“Painting Exhibition: She” “Painting Exhibition: She” by Nevine Fathy, Dina Negm & Hanan Youssef, a painting exhibition showcasing feminine heroism, magic and beauty. Exhibition runs from: Saturday 2nd till Saturday the 9th of March 2019 from 11:00am to 4:00pm (Closed Friday & Sunday).

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“Talk: Designing Culture, Lifestyle & Economics”

8th March @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Egyptian Bureau for Cultural & Education Affairs, 4 Chesterfield Gardens
London, W1J 5BG United Kingdom
Free

“Talk: Designing Culture, Lifestyle & Economics” “Talk: Designing Culture, Lifestyle & Economics” by Architect Ahmad Hamid where the speaker will share his vision for an economically-sustainable Egyptian design industry in addition to his approach of integrated design. Tea & Coffee will be served from 6:30pm prior to the events’ commencement. Click to see PDF >>> Talk- Designing Culture, Lifestyle & Economics 08-03-2019

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“Talk: Rewriting History: CT scanning the Pharaohs”

14th March @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
The Egyptian Bureau for Cultural & Education Affairs, 4 Chesterfield Gardens
London, W1J 5BG United Kingdom
Free

“Talk: Rewriting History: CT scanning the Pharaohs” “Talk: Rewriting History: CT scanning the Pharaohs”, by Professor Sahar Saleem reviewing our up-to-date knowledge about the life, appearances and health of the great pharaohs and queens of ancient Egypt relying on imaging findings. Tea & Coffee will be served from 6:30pm prior to the events’ commencement. Click here to see PDF >>> Talk - Rewriting History 14-03-2019  

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“Culture Shock: two sides of a coin”

15th March @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
The Devonshire Club, 5 Devonshire Square
London, EC2M 4YD United Kingdom

"Culture Shock: two sides of a coin" An audience with Ian Gray, OBE and Hatem Dowidar, CEO Etisalat International Leading a big organization is no easy job, but doing it in a different culture and business context is a whole different ball game. Join us on 15th March for an insightful evening with two inspirational leaders; Ian Gray, OBE, Chairman of British Egyptian Chamber of Commerce and former CEO of Vodafone Egypt and Hatem Dowidar, CEO of Etisalat International also…

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“Talk: Harem Conspiracy and the Fate of Ramesses III”

15th March @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
The Egyptian Bureau for Cultural & Education Affairs, 4 Chesterfield Gardens
London, W1J 5BG United Kingdom
Free

“Talk: Harem Conspiracy and the Fate of Ramesses III”, by Professor Sahar Saleem sharing insights on the plot against Ramesses III based on the new evidence from CT scans of the royal mummies. Tea & Coffee will be served from 6:30pm prior to the events’ commencement. Click here to see PDF >>> Talk - Harem Conspiracy and the Fate of Ramesses III 15-03-2019

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“Ancient Egyptian Medicine in the Eyes of Modern Science”

16th March @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Egyptian Bureau for Cultural & Education Affairs, 4 Chesterfield Gardens
London, W1J 5BG United Kingdom
Free

 “Ancient Egyptian Medicine in the Eyes of Modern Science” “Ancient Egyptian Medicine in the Eyes of Modern Science”, by Professor Sahar Saleem showcasing ancient medical practices and innovations (e.g birthing chair, prosthesis and dental braces) relying on texts, medical papyri and through computed radiology of mummies. Tea & Coffee will be served from 3:30pm prior to the events’ commencement. Click here to see PDF >>> Talk - Ancient Egyptian Medicine in the Eyes of Modern Science 16-03-2019  

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