The Kosovo Diaspora Ministry in partnership with the Kosovan Embassy in London organised the Week of Albanian Culture in Great Britain.
Tonight – Embassy Festive Concert 2016 – Trio Vivo (Lejla Pula – Piano, Besa Llugiqi – Soprano, Enkelejda Zajmi Gorani – Flute)
Refugees Welcome by Alketa Xhafa-Mripa
18.00-20.00, Room 34
Alketa is an artist originally from Kosovo and her ongoing Refugees Welcome installation, a Counterpoints Arts commission, is a safe and welcoming space for conversations, memories of artist’s own welcome to the UK and questioning of support and welcome that exists today.
Kosova Embassy in London Hosts Mother Teresa Lecture
In anticipation of the canonisation of the Blessed Mother Teresa on September 4, 2016 by His Holiness Pope Francis, the Embassy of Kosovo in London will organise a lecture entitled “How do you study a charismatic saint like Mother Teresa? A sociological perspective” by Dr Gëzim Alpion, University of Birmingham, a foremost scholar of Mother Teresa.
The lecture will take place on Thursday, 9 June 2016, from 18.00 at the Embassy of Kosovo in London, 8 John Street, WC1N 2ES. It will be followed by a drinks reception.
Here at Cambridge International Examinations we work with ministries of education around the world, helping them to reform their education systems. (See http://www.cie.org.uk/cambridge-for/ministries-and-exam-bodies/ for more information about our work.)
We are currently working on a project to support reform of Maths and Science teaching and learning in Macedonia. As part of this project, we are endorsing Maths and Science textbooks that have been adapted from English language textbooks to match the Macedonian context and translated into Macedonian, Albanian, Serbian and Turkish.
We are looking for Albanian speakers who would be able to help us with our review of the Albanian translations of these textbooks. The work is likely to involve a combination of sense-checking the suitability of the Albanian translations for young children and checking them against the English versions of the textbooks. The right person will:
- be a native Albanian speaker
- have very good English skills (especially in reading and writing)
- ideally have experience of teaching Maths or Science
- ideally have experience of teaching primary school children (particularly Grades 4-6)
- be available for 3-4 days of work (working from home) in the first half of July
If you or someone you know would be interested in this opportunity, please email a CV to me at Beverley.P@cie.org.uk by 1 May. Once we have identified suitable candidates, we will provide further details of the work, including the fee.
I look forward to hearing from you,
Development Manager, Curriculum Projects
Cambridge International Examinations
1 Hills Road, Cambridge, CB1 2EU, United Kingdom
We prepare school students for life, helping them develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for learning. We are part of Cambridge Assessment, a department of the University of Cambridge.
In parership between:
Mayor of Camden, BRITISH ALBANIAN KOSOVAR COUNCIL, 3FF, JW3, Holocaust Memorial Day Trust, Islamic Society of Britain, UK Jewish Film, Rumi’s Cave, Mitzvah Day, Faith Matters, Radical Middle Way.
Two screenings of the powerful “Besa The Ducumentary” took place.
The powerful Besa Documentary tells the story of Albanian Muslims saving Jews during the Holocaust and a “promise” that goes from one generation to another.
Amongs VIP’s attending were HE Mal Berisha The Albanian Ambassador in London and HE Lirim Greicevci Ambassador of Kosova
In his speech HE Mal Berisha said that Albania/Kosova were the only country that saved not only native Jews but offered refuge to other Jews fleeing from persecutions.
Albanians/Kosovars risked their own lives to protect Jews.
A declaration “call on all leaders to join us in condemning unequivocally antisemitic, anti-Muslim and xenophobic speech and actions” on behalf of BACK was signed By Caroline Ffrench Blake.