Fulbright Dardasha is a series of talks with Fulbrighters and alumni in various fields to discuss issues they are concerned about such as sustainability, international exchange, and social entrepreneurship.
Why is international education more important than ever? And how can programs like Fulbright bring the world closer together? Here is our first Fulbright Dardasha to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Fulbright Program and discover stories of U.S. Fulbrighters in Morocco!
You can watch our first Dardasha here
Since the emergence of COVID-19, Fulbrighters have been working tirelessly to uplift, innovate, and find solutions to challenges facing our communities. Watch our fifth Dardasha with Fulbright alumni Kamal and Ikram to discuss Fulbright’s impact on public health.
Filmmaking serves as an influential tool that brings essential topics to the table in a fascinating way. In the sixth Dardasha, we highlight Fulbrighters in filmmaking and their Fulbright journey in Morocco and the U.S.
The beauty of the Taj Mahal, Al Hambra, and the Mosque of Córdoba are all remarkable examples of Islamic architecture that continue to capture the world’s attention. What are some of Islamic architecture’s design functions, essential characteristics, and how has modern architecture incorporated its aspects today? Join us for the 7th Fulbright Dardasha with Fulbright alumni Dr. Hassan Radoine and Dr. Said Ennahid to learn more about Islamic architecture and its evolution.
A Moroccan in New York by Dr. Youssef Amine Elalamy, and an American in Morocco by Dr. Lucy Melbourne are books made possible by #Fulbright Morocco grants. Watch the 8th Dardasha to learn how creative writing fosters mutual understanding between people of the US and Morocco.
Music is a powerful tool through which individuals, communities, and nations can express themselves. In the 10th Dardsha, we discussed music as cultural diplomacy with Fulbright Morocco alumni Vanessa Paloma and Kendra Salois and Mariam Dahbi.