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The Supreme Council of Culture celebrates the 10th anniversary of the June 30 Revolution

Monday، 10 July 2023 - 12:00 AM

Culture Minister Nevine el Kilani inaugurated, on Monday 10-July-2023, a series of symposiums organized by the Supreme Council of Culture on the occasion marking the 10th anniversary of the 30th of June Revolution, which runs until July 12, at the Council’s headquarters.

The minister said that the June 30 Revolution was a milestone in Egypt's history, adding that the 30th of June Revolution was closely linked to the identity and preservation of the Egyptian personality and culture.

Dr. Hisham Azmy said: "The descent of the Egyptians in June 2013 was, in essence, a defense of Egypt's identity, and the preservation of its cultural and civilizational heritage, as it was an affirmation of its adherence to its intellectual and cultural leadership in its surroundings.”

The Event Program

Monday, July 10, 2023

The opening includes the screening of a short documentary film entitled "The June Revolution... Building a Nation", which includes a simplified narration of the developments of events since January 25, 2011, up to the 30th of June Revolution, 2013.

The program includes the first symposium entitled "Culture and the Uprising of Awareness", followed by the second symposium entitled “The June Revolution: A New Page in the History of Egyptians.”

Tuesday, July 11, 2023

While the activities of Tuesday, July 11, 2023 will begin with the third symposium entitled "Media and the Revolution of Correcting the Path," followed by the fourth symposium entitled "The June Revolution and the Social Media Wars".

Wednesday, July 12, 2023

As for the activities of Wednesday, July 12, 2023, they will start with the fifth symposium entitled "The June Revolution and Foreign Policy...Challenges and Achievements."

The activities of the program celebrating the anniversary of the revolution will be concluded with the sixth symposium entitled "The Revolution... Women are the protectors of identity."



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