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ISESCO’s prizes for the best literary and artistic works on Conakry awarded
ISESCO’s prizes for the best literary and artistic works on Conakry were awarded during the official ceremony held, on Wednsday 08/02/2012, in the Guinean capital at the close of celebrations of this city as the 2011 Islamic culture capital for the African region.
The prizes went to Mr Mamadi Koba Camara for his academic lecture on the history of Conakry; Mr Moustapha Traore in the field of handicrafts; and Mr Ismaël Diallo in the field of plastic arts. As for the prize of the best university research, it was awarded to Miss Aïssatou Bobo Balde.
It is worth mentioning that ISESCO dedicates each year prizes for the best literary and artistic works to creative persons, students and researchers in the celebrated Islamic culture capitals.
ISESCO prizes for best literary and artistic works, Tlemcen
The seventh Islamic Conference of Culture Ministers on Sunday 18/12/2011 in Algiers closed its opening session with the awarding of ISESCO prizes for best literary and artistic works on Tlemcen Capital of Islamic Culture 2011 in the Arab region.
Recipients of ISESCO prizes in the areas of “research in traditional garment in Tlemcen”, “restoration of Islamic architecture in Tlemcen” and “anthropological research on Sufi scholar Sidi Boumediene” went to Mrs Leyla Belkaid, Mr Abdessamad Chiali, and Dr Zaim Khenchlaoui, respectively. Dr Abdelaziz Ferrah also won ISESCO prize for his book “Tlemcen: A sacred city”.
ISESCO Prizes for Literary Creation, Moroni
As part of the celebration of Moroni as the 2010 Islamic Culture Capital for the African region, ISESCO awarded the following prizes :
Prize for Best Literary Work Written on Moroni by Researchers: It was awarded to Dr Suwayf Al-Badawi.Prize for Best Literary Work Written on Moroni by Students: It was awarded to Ms Afritan Rima.Prize for Best Artistic Production on Moroni: It was awarded to Mr Salim Al-Amir.
ISESCO Prizes for Handicrafts and Arabic Calligraphy, Dushanbe
As part of the celebration of Dushanbe as the 2010 Islamic Culture Capital for the Asian region, ISESCO awarded the following prizes :-ISESCO Prize for Best Handicraft Product: The first prize was awarded to Mr Hassinuv Abdel Mannan, and the second prize was given to Mr Waliyov Dharif.-ISESCO Prize for Arabic Calligraphy: The first prize went to Mr Hassinov Hakim, the second to Mr Mounir Bikan, and the third to Mr Hakbir Diyo Merza Muhieddine.