Alwaleed Cultural Network
The Alwaleed Centre at the University of Edinburgh is proud to be a member of the Alwaleed Cultural Network (ACN).
What is the Alwaleed Cultural Network?
The Alwaleed Cultural Network is a platform that connects globally important universities, museums, and cultural institutions to help create a more inclusive and connected world.
The Alwaleed Cultural Network and its members wok together to help foster a more accepting and tolerant world. The network’s mission is to improve cross-cultural understanding across the world through education, research, exhibitions and public engagement.
The foundations of the Alwaleed Cultural network date back 20 years, with the establishment of the Centre for Muslim-Christian Understanding at Georgetown University, in 2003. Since then, the network has grown and grown to include 12 members from three continents.
The Alwaleed Cultural Network brings together:
Members of the Alwaleed Cultural Network include world-renowned Universities across three continents, paving the way for innovative research and education:
- Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Islamic Studies Program, Harvard University, USA
Cultural Institutions and Museums:
Cultural Institutions and Museums showcasing exhibitions, art, and artifacts showcasing a rich and diverse cultural heritage include:
Community Engagement and Projects:
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