The recently launched, Ahlan World, gathers the three Ahlan Arabic language centres under one umbrella. Ahlan Egypt Alexandria, Luxor and Cairo, in Amman the Ahlan Jordan, in Savona the Ahlan Italy and in Rabat Ahlan Morocco. All centres share th...
The recently launched, Ahlan World, gathers the three Ahlan Arabic language centres under one umbrella. Ahlan Egypt Alexandria, Luxor and Cairo, in Amman the Ahlan Jordan, in Savona the Ahlan Italy and in Rabat Ahlan Morocco. All centres share the Ahlan philosophy since 2002, which promotes language as a tool for building bridges and greater understanding between cultures. Learning Arabic and other languages the Ahlan way, is also a path to personal development and fulfilment. Ahlan World sees language as a tool, not a purpose. Ahlan World creates initiatives between its centres and local organisations, NGOs and foreign institutions, which enable its students to further understand Arabic and the local communities that speak it.
Now, more than ever, understanding is needed between the Arab countries and the rest of the world. This is why Ahlan World organizes language courses based on a humanistic-communicative approach with cultural activities, seminars on intercultural understanding in primary and high schools, and periods of study abroad. Travel is a great educator promoting trust, knowledge, understanding and respect between people of different cultures.
Ahlan World introduces its students to local traditions and activities to further mutual understanding and respect. It encourages sustainable tourism, and organizes a series of initiatives aimed at reviving cultural traditions. These support the environment and sustainable development of the region. Over the years, the various Ahlan centres have developed good relations with a number of foreign companies and institutions, including banks, hotels and embassies. This has contributed to Ahlan World’s ability to work as intercultural mediators and translators for a number of corporations and associations in the Middle East and North Africa.