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Institute for Studies and Research on Arabization

The Institute for Studies and Research on Arabization (Arabic: معهد الدراسات والأبحاث للتعريب‎, French: l’Institut d’études et de recherches pour l’arabisation or IERA) is an institute dedicated to Arabization in Rabat, Morocco created by decree January 14, 1960.[1][2]

History

Its first congress was held in 1961 in Rabat.[3] In 1967, the Arab League entrusted the Institute for Studies and Research on Arabization with coordinating efforts to enrich Arabic with developing scientific terminologies and to standardize the Arabization of such concepts in the Arab region.[4]

The administration of Prime Minister Saadeddine Othmani made the Institute part of the Mohammed V University in 2020.[5] This move came after controversy arose from an attempt to place it along with the Royal Institute of Amazigh Culture (IRCAM) under the National Council of Moroccan Languages and Cultures.[5][6]

References

  1. ^ "Décret n° 2-59-1965 du 15 rejeb 1379 (14 Janvier 1960) portant création d'un Institut d'études et de recherches pour l'arabisation". adala.justice.gov.ma. Retrieved 2021-03-31.
  2. ^ "الجريدة الرسمية عدد 2413 بتاريخ 23/01/1959 الصفحة 243". adala.justice.gov.ma. Retrieved 2021-03-31.
  3. ^ Alalou, Ali (2006). "Language and Ideology in the Maghreb: Francophonie and Other Languages". The French Review. 80 (2): 408–421. ISSN 0016-111X.
  4. ^ UNESCO (2019-12-31). بناء مجتمعات المعرفة في المنطقة العربية (in Arabic). UNESCO Publishing. ISBN 978-92-3-600090-9.
  5. ^ a b ""معهد التعريب" يلتحق بجامعة الرباط لإنهاء "بلوكاج مجلس اللغات"". Hespress - هسبريس جريدة إلكترونية مغربية (in Arabic). 2020-02-01. Retrieved 2021-03-31.
  6. ^ "جدل متواصل يرافق إلحاق "معهد التعريب" و"إيركام" بمجلس اللغات". Hespress - هسبريس جريدة إلكترونية مغربية (in Arabic). 2020-02-14. Retrieved 2021-03-31.

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