Today we are witnessing an unprecedented exodus of people from mainly war-torn countries and conflict zones in Africa and the Middle East to supposedly safe and prosperous environs in Europe and North America. The sheer numbers of people who are willing to risk their lives by placing themselves in the hands of ruthless human traffickers, and travelling through war-torn countries and cross the Mediterranean on flimsy boats and rafts, is very disturbing. What we see reported in the media is usually the final leg of extraordinary journeys of hardship that people have endured from their home countries. We know very little about those who died along the way. Southern and Northern governments appear incapable of addressing the root causes of the phenomenon. More…
Tabobbar ku saabsan garashada, dhowrista iyo badbaadinta agabka hadhaadiga ah. Tababbarku wuxuu soconayaa 30 Meey ilaa 2 Juun. Iska diiwaangeli Xarunta Dhaqanka ee Hargeysa inta ka horreysa Khamiista 28ka Meey 2015 14.00. Waxaad ka heli halkaa Jadwalka rasmiga ah iyo dulucda tabobbarka.
Kala xidhiidh xafiiska saacadaha shaqada: 8.00 – 16.30 [Sabti-Arbaca] 8.00 / 14.00 [Khamiista]
Si kor loogu qaado aqoonta dhaqanka hadhaadiga ah, loona kobciyo wacyiga aqooneed ee cidda danaynaysa hiddaha iyo taariikhda, waxa ay Xarunta Dhaqanka ee Hargeysa qabanaysaa tababbar muddo gaaban ah. Waxa lagu lafa guridoonaa fahanka qiimaha iyo ahmiyadda ay leeyihiin agabka kala duwan ee dadkeenii hore u adeegsan jireen nolosha wejiyada badan, sida: guryaha, cuntada, huga, cibaadada, xoolo dhaqista, samaysashada qalabka shaqada, iwm. Waxa kale oo tabobbarku hordhac u noqon doonaa xirfadlayaasha maamuli doona Guryaha Kaydka Taariikhda (Museums), ilaalinta iyo fahanka goobaha iyo walxaha taariikhiga ah, aqoonsiga iyo dhowrista aasaarta.
Xilliga tabobbarku waa Sabtida 30ka May ilaa Salaasada 2da Juun ee 2015ka. Goobtuna waa Xarunta Dhaqanka ee Hargeysa. Ka eeg lifaaqa barmaamijka oo dhammaystiran iyo habka isdiiwaangelinta, ama booqo degelka tabobbarka (www.hargeysaculturalcenter.org). Tabobbarku waa bilaash, waxa se xaddidan tirada dadka ka soo qayb gali doona. Sida loo soo kala horreeyo ayaa loo heli doonnaa.
Hargeysa Cultural Center shall organize a short but intensive course on indigenous knowledge and traditional/cultural materials. The aim of the course is to raise awareness of those who are concerned and interested in in-depth understanding of the value and importance of cultural artifacts. The course will focus on recognizing and protecting traditional materials, such those in the past used for shelter building, work tools, household use, sanitation, dressing, spirituality, etc. This will also be an introductory course for professionals in museums and other heritage institutions (curators, directors, conservators and restorers). More…
Nadifa Mohamed, author of Black Momba Boy presents her second novel, The Orchard of Lost Souls at the Hargeysa International Book Fair. Chaired by Iman Sheel
“I wanted to turn my eyes to the women in my life!” Nadifa Mohamed
December, Wednesday 21
Author: Maxamed Xirsi Guuleed “Abdibashir”
Chaired by Sahra Cabdiraxmaan “Kiin” and commented by Mahdi, the author Maxamed Xirsi Guuleed presented his latest work on Cilmi Boodheri
17 December 2014
Author: Cabdiraxmaan C. Faarax ‘Barwaaqo’
The book is focusing on a historical figure, a personality who fought against the colonial forces at the turn of the past century, Ina Cabdule Xasan, the the title of barwaaqo’s book, sheds light on some aspects of this freedom fighter in areas hitherto unknown to the majority of the Somali public,.
Was Cabdale Xasan, the great Somali Poet and fighter a preacher or a warrior will be issues that will continue to rage now and time to come. More…
November 27, Thursday
Dabagubaw sharkaa ku raac, is a sort of a tragicomedy, in which two young people, Sahal and Indhodeeq love each other very much. But two evil friends of Sahal device a plan to destroy the trust of the two lovers had to one another. They device a trap into which Sahal falls. The result is devastating for both Sahal and Indho-deeq. Their love ends tragically, as Indhdeeq’s heart is irreparable broken, and Sahal laments for the loss of his beloved More…
Date: November, Wednesday 26
“The Mystery of the Land of Punt Unraveled”, written by Axmed Ibrahim Awale, contains possible evidences and persuasive arguments to cause a stir among historians (Egyptologists in particular). It uncovers and exposes archeological findings in an area that has never been thought to have historical significance. This place where these findings are based is Hargeysa, the capital of Somaliland. While the information in this book shall mark a bold step that probably could bring the long standing argument on the location of the mysterious Land of Punt to a close by pinpointing it on the Somali peninsula, it also generates new hypotheses on, among other things, the origin of ancient Egyptians, and to some extent the cradle of the Afro-Asiatic family of languages and the dispersal of its speakers. More…