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Creativity Front to hold conference about Egyptian current events

On Tuesday 20 August, Egyptian Creativity Front will host conference aimed at discussing current events in Egypt

Ahram Online, Monday 19 Aug 2013
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According to the announcement releasded by the Egyptian Creativity Front on their official facebook page, a conference discussing current political developments in Egypt will be held on Tuesday 20 August at 1pm.
 
The conference is co-organized by the National Salvation Front and a number of political currents. The conference will be attended by a large number of artists and intellectuals in Egypt.
 
The location of the conference is to be announced in the coming hours.
 
Egyptian Creativity Front was founded in January 2012 by a number of artists and intellectuals. Prominent film producer Mohamed El-Adl is one of the co-founders. The Front includes Egyptian actors, visual artists, musicians, filmmakers and literary figures.
 
At the time of its creation, the prime aim of the front was to face what the members perceived to be a fight against pressure from Islamists to limit freedom of expression.
 
Since the ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, the front has continued to cast light on all events that might affect Egypt socially and/or culturally.
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