Agreement of Understanding and co-operation with the Institute of Arab Manuscripts

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Al-Furqan Islamic Heritage Foundation and the Institute of Arab Manuscripts sign an agreement of understanding and co-operation

Given both organisations’ belief in the importance of consolidating the ties of co-operation and exchanging scientific experiences, with the objective of achieving their common goals of preserving Islamic heritage, particularly the written heritage, through cataloguing, critical editing and publishing, and through researching the means to protect and preserve heritage, and employing all means to raise the level of civilisational awareness in these domains, as well as co-operating jointly in organising conferences, seminars, and training courses in the different fields relating to heritage, the two organisations signed an agreement of co-operation and understanding on 18th December 2013. The agreement included the exchange of various scientific publications related to areas of shared interest, whether this was books, periodicals, scientific circulars, or manuscript photocopies, and each party agreeing to invite the other to its conferences and seminars.

The agreement was signed by Mr Sali Shahsivari, Managing Director of Al-Furqān, and Dr Faisal Al-Hafyan, Director of the Institute of Arab Manuscripts.