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UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador

UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador

On February 17, 2016, the UNESCO Director-General, Mrs. Irina Bokova assigned to Mrs. Maha El-Khalil Chalabi the distinction of UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador. Read More >

Tyre Day – Library of Congress

Tyre Day – Library of Congress

On Wednesday June 3rd, 2015 the IAST and the American Committee for Tyre organised a one day symposium at the Library of Congress Washington D.C. in cooperation with congressman Charles Boustany. Read More >

Annual Forums

Annual Forums

The highly attended annual forum is an exchange platform between the different members of our League of Canaanite, Phoenician and Punic Cities with a mission to enhance the partnership between cities sharing the same heritage. Read More >

Elissa / Didon Award

Elissa / Didon Award

The first edition of this award was held in Greece on October 12, 2014 at the emblematic Acropolis Museum during the League of Canaanite, Phoenician and Punic Cities Forum closing Gala Dinner. Read More >

1 Picasso for 100 Euros

1 Picasso for 100 Euros

"1 Picasso for 100 Euros" is an international online tombola organized by the International Association to Save Tyre with the support of Sotheby’s in order to raise funds to support Tyre, the Lebanese city listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Read More >

Phoenician Day

Phoenician Day

The “Phoenician Day” is an enlightening event dedicated to the legacy of the Phoenician civilization. It is held every second Saturday of May of each year. Read More >

Memory of Tyre
100 years in 100 photos

Memory of Tyre<br>100 years in 100 photos

The ACT in collaboration with the International Association to Save Tyre (AIST) organized a Photo exhibition at the UNESCO Headquarters in Beirut. Read More >

Exhibition at the
Institut du Monde Arabe in Paris

Exhibition at the<br> Institut du Monde Arabe in Paris

The idea of an exhibition was born in 2007, with the International Association to Save Tyre's initiative at the Institut du Monde Arabe in Paris: The Phoenicians and the Mediterranean, from Carthage to Tyre! Read More >