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We're happy to collaborate with FACE for this year's FACE MUSIC MELA 2018

On the 24th and 25th of March, 2018

ART - Tony Award-winning play by French playwright Yasmina Reza- 18 February 2018

Alliance française d’Islamabad (AFI) in collaboration with the Embassy of France in Pakistan organised Tony Award-winning play by French playwright Yasmina Reza

Slow and Steady Wins the Race (Mime, Puppet and Mask Show) - Venue: Islamabad Club - 23 January, 2018

Artistes: Laurent and Valérie Decol, Yamina Peerzada, Akmal Qadri on flute and Waris Ali Ballu on tabla

Alliance française d’Islamabad (AFI) in collaboration with the Embassy of France in Pakistan, Rafi Peer Theatre Workshop and Islamabad Club organised a Mime, Puppet and Mask Show. The performance was based on the Fables by Jean de La Fontaine. The artistes presented a selection of La Fontaine’s fables through mime and music.

The combination of French fables and Pakistani music had a mesmerising effect on a house-full auditorium of Islamabad Club. The event was also distinctive as the performance was prepared and presented by both French and Pakistani artistes. More than 250 people – both young and not-so-young – enjoyed the performance to the last minute. Such events have been a regular part of activities organised by Alliance française d’Islamabad. We hope to see you all next time...

Open Doors “Mard ban – Be a Man - Venue: FACE F-8/4, Islamabad - 7 Decemeber 2017

Alliance française d’Islamabad (AFI) in collaboration with the Embassy of France in Pakistan and Foundation for Arts, Culture and Education (FACE) organised screening of the film Mard ban – Be a man, by Aurélie Salvaire. Ms. Salvaire based in France is the founder of “The A Factor,” an organisation that curates story-telling events for social change.

His Excellency, Mr. Marc Baréty, Ambassador of France to Pakistan graced the occasion with his presence. People representing different walks of life also attended the event.

The film highlighted force of gender socialisation and its effects on creation of gender identity, in particular, that of the men in Pakistan. Screening was followed by a panel discussion; Aurélie Salvaire, Ali A. Bhatti (director AFI), Valérie Khan (gender activist) and Ali Saleem (television and media) were among the panellists. The house-full audience actively participated in a thought provoking critical discussion.

The screening and discussion was a part of a series of events – “Open Doors” organised jointly by Alliance Française and the Embassy of France. The events promote mutual understanding and intercultural links between Pakistan and France. Scholars and prominent social representatives of France are invited to come to Pakistan and communicate with the scholars and general public in Pakistan.

“Open Doors” is an ongoing series of events so friends of AFI are encouraged to contact us to find out the details about upcoming events.

Information Regarding Label FLE 2017

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The official delegation of three representative members of the Senate of France visited the Alliance française of Islamabad yesterday, April 11th. They have been welcomed by the board of directors, leaded by their president Mrs. Mariam Mehdi and the team of Alliance française.

"L’Alliance française d’Islamabad est constituée en conformité avec les statuts et les buts de l'Alliance française fondée à Paris en 1883, dont la continuité est assurée depuis le premier janvier 2008 par la Fondation Alliance française à Paris"

"The French Cultural Centre Islamabad (Alliance Française d' Islamabad) is constituted under the laws of Pakistan and in conformity with the Constitution and goals of the Alliance Française founded in Paris in 1883. The continuity of Alliance Française d' Islamabad is ensured with effect from first January 2008 by the Fondation Alliance Française of Paris."

The Alliance Française d’Islamabad is part of the global Alliance française network of over 1000 Alliances françaises spread across more than 130 countries in the world. Our mission is to promote the appreciation of French and Francophone culture as well as the knowledge of French language. Affiliated with the Alliance Française Foundation in Paris, the objectives of Alliance Française d’Islamabad are:

  • To teach French at all levels with the latest information technology catering to students of all ages and backgrounds in an interactive and friendly environment. It provides structured, progressive French courses, based on the Common European Framework for Languages. These courses lead to internationally recognised qualifications in the language, in particular the Diplôme d'etudes en langue française (DELF) and Diplôme approfondi de langue française (DALF). The students of Alliance Française d’Islamabad benefit from academically sound and experienced teachers and have access to classrooms equipped with latest teaching aids;

  • To promote French culture through various programmes and activities;

  • To promote cultural and intellectual links between Pakistan and Francophone institutions and individuals.

  • With the support of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Fondation Alliance française and the Embassy of France in Pakistan, the Alliance française d’Islamabad has established itself over the years as the linguistic and cultural reference for the francophone world in Pakistan.

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