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Literacy and Skills Training Since 1999, the Tangier American Legation Museum and the Tangier Al Madina Foundation have offered an intensive literacy program for the benefit of women in the old city. Our objective is to promote literacy and skills training in embroidery and tailoring in order to help unemployed women enter economic and social life of the community and through these classes to give them and their children a better appreciation of the environment, the history and the heritage of their city. Seminars and cultural activities are organized for the benefit of medina residents by specialists and professionals in the field of health, environment, art, music, etc. Read our posts about these programs.
Research Library One of the most important libraries specializing on northern Morocco.
The April Seminars are an annual event conceived by TALIM President Emeritus Dr. I.William Zartman (School of Advanced International Studies – SAIS). Whenever possible these two conferences take place on both sides of the Moroccan holiday of April 9 commemorating the speech of Mohammed V in Tangier when he called for an end to the French Protectorate. The seminars are held under the patronage of His Majesty Mohammed VI who is the honorary president of the National Council for the Rehabilitation of the Historic City of Tangier. The April Seminars have been successful in attracting local, national, and international attention to TALIM and to international issues of concern to both Morocco and the United States. Read our posts about the seminars.
Teaching Resources Lesson plans for teaching about TALIM.
TALIM hosts numerous other cultural and educational activities. For additional information, see our Events Calendar.