Plateformes et forums arabo-allemands


Plateformes et forums arabo-allemands

AGYA - L’Académie Arabo-Allemande des jeunes chercheurs des Sciences et des Sciences Humaines

L’Académie Arabo-Allemande des jeunes chercheurs des Sciences et des Sciences Humaines (Arab-German Young Academy of Sciences and Humanities, AGYA), première organisation bilatérale regroupant de jeunes chercheurs dans le monde, a été lancée en 2013 sous l’égide de la “Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities” et l’“Arabian Gulf University in Bahrain”. Cette initiative originale, et même unique en son genre, a permis de mettre en place une communauté multidisciplinaire rassemblant de jeunes chercheurs talentueux et au début de leur carrière académique (25 Arabes et 25 Allemands). Les premiers membres ont été sélectionnés en 2013-2014 pour une durée de 05 années.

L’AGYA offre ainsi la possibilité à ses membres de se rencontrer directement et régulièrement avec pour objectif de développer efficacement leurs idées sous forme de projets bilatéraux dans différentes disciplines (sciences naturelles, humaines, sociales, éducation, et arts).

Contact en Tunisie:

Dr. Ahmed Debez

Laboratoire des Plantes Extrêmophiles (LPE), Centre de Biotechnologie de Borj-Cedria (CBBC)

BP 901, 2050, Hammam-Lif

Email :

Téléphone : 79 325 511 / 79 325 811

Fax : 79 325 638

Dr. Olfa Khelifi

Département de Protection de l’Environnement

Institut Supérieur des Sciences Biologiques Appliquées de Tunis (ISSBAT)

9 Rue Zouheir Essafi, 1006, Tunis

Email :

Téléphone : +216 215 751 52

The Arab-German Young Academy of Sciences and Humanities (AGYA) implemented more than 30 research projects in the last six months. From a Math Olympiad Camp in Doha that aims to discover and to support young math talents in Qatar to a workshop on Applying Health in All Policies to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals in collaboration with the World Health Organization Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (WHO/EMRO): The AGYA Members organized various interdisciplinary research projects at the interface of science and society.

The current AGYA Newsletter (1/2017) presents more insights on these and other AGYA projects and events.

Please find the newsletter: Pdf and Link to the website

Change by exchange – German-Arab Transformation Partnership

In 2011, Germany’s Federal Government established the German-Arab Transformation Partnership to support the transformation process in the Arab world, identifying education as one of the most important enablers of this process. The measures include updating the curricula in Arab universities to meet the emerging needs of the global knowledge society and supporting internal reform processes within the universities. The projects funded under this programme are designed to help tackle a wide range of challenges, be it in the field of science and technology for environmental engineers and managers, in cultural preservation for archaeologists and cultural managers, or in medicine, improving the health of mothers and newborns. The social sciences are also involved in initiating and championing change by offering a forum for open discussion and critical thinking.

Ghorfa - Arab-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry


DAG - German-Arab Association

The association supports all efforts promoting political, commercial, scientific and cultural cooperation between Germans and Arabs. International encounters and exchanges both in Germany as well as in the Arab world are initiated, promoted and expanded through conferences, exhibitions, lecture series, delegations, exchange programs, cultural events, festivals, and varied sources of information including papers, brochures and books. It is also committed to assist individual members.

GIGA - German Institute of Global and Area Studies

Due to global power shifts, the public interest in areas outside the so-called West has grown considerably. This has seen Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East become focal points.

The GIGA is a leading research institute combining social science expertise on these four world regions. It explores developments in the field and links its knowledge to questions of global significance: Do democracies still have a chance? How are conflicts over resources resolved? What are the social and economic impacts of globalisation at the local level? How do new alliances between emerging powers change international relations? (...)

Qantara - Dialogue with the Islamic World

The Arabic word "qantara" means "bridge". The Internet portal represents the concerted effort of the Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (Federal Center for Political Education), Deutsche Welle, the Goethe Institut and the Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen (Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations) to promote dialogue with the Islamic world. The project is funded by the German Foreign Office.


Zénith est un magazine allemand à propos du Moyen-Orient, 

le Maghreb et le monde islamique.