Together, ACN members are transforming local and global communities through dynamic outreach programmes, projects and initiatives, all with culture at their heart
Public engagement and outreach are at the very heart of the Alwaleed Cultural Network’s mission and vision. Drawing on the expertise and resources of some of the world’s most celebrated universities and museums, we aim to make a real world impact across the globe
Harvard Islamica Podcast
Podcast of the Alwaleed Bin Talal Islamic Studies Program at Harvard University, explores topics related to the scholarly study of Islam and Muslim societies at Harvard and beyond.
Multaka: Museum as Meeting Point
New: "Multaka: Museum as Meeting Point" is a project that aims to facilitate intercultural exchange through active cultural participation of people with migration and/or refugee experience. From Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Iran, the Multaka guides develop and lead interactive tours in Arabic and Persian. Thus Multaka (Arabic for “meeting point”) creates a vibrant dialogue through guided encounters between displayed exhibits and a diverse audience.
Outreach projects at the Center for American Studies and Research, American University in Cairo
Learn more about the many outreach and public engagement activities of CASAR at AUC.
The Bridge Initiative
A Georgetown University initiative combating Islamophobia by combining essential research with inivative outreach projects. projects
Syrian Futures Project
The official page of the University of Edinburgh’s groundbreaking project empowering Syrian refugees to achieve their educational and professional potential.
History of Islamic Studies at Harvard
Explore the fascinating history of the study of Islam and Muslim societies at one of the world's great universities.
Colouful Heritage Project
A unique local history project supported by the Alwaleed Centre at the University of Edinburgh telling the personal stories of Scotland's first generation of Muslim arrivals from South Asia.
Outreach at the Centre for Islamic Studies, University Cambridge
Learn more about the impact of the Centre for Islamic Studies at the University of Cambridge on communities locally, nationally and internationally.
Funded by a generous donation from Alwaleed Philanthropies, the award-winning MultakaOxford team brings the rich, diverse knowledge of people settling in Oxford – many through forced migration – to the History of Science Museum and Pitt Rivers Museum.