Education for the 21st Century
Feb. 1-4, 1986, Istanbul, Turkey
notes a point
Prof. Nicholas Kittrie, PWPA USA President, (L) notes a point made by keynote speaker Prof. Saad Eddin Ibrahim.
L-R: Greece, Egypt, Syria, and Israel represented at the same table.
B. Ibrahim
     Dr. Barbara Ibrahim, with the Ford Foundation in Egypt, explained her research into the difficulties of Egyptian women who work to the conference.
L-R: The USA, Lebanon, Egypt, and Britain represented for this session.
 Concentrating on a presentation.
Ideological opponents in the sessions join forces to entertain the rest of the participants at the final
 banquet: Bassam El Hachem (L), a Maronite lecturer, "accompanies" Asa'ad Abdel Rahman, Palestinian director of the Abdul Hamid Shoman Foundation.
final banquet
The El Hachems enjoy the final banquet.
The wife of Prof. Agapitides gets smiles (except from her husband) as she entertains with jokes at the
    final banquet.
Work over, the participants and staff relax at the final banquet.
explains a point
Turkish professor Sabahaddin Zaim explains a point to Greek professor Evanghelos Moutsopoulos.
recites a poem
Prof. Evanghelos Moutsopoulos recites a poem at the final banquet.
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The opening session, L-R: Dr. Kasim Gulek, President of PWPA Turkey, who welcomed the guests to his country for the conference, held at the Istanbul  Hilton; conference chairman, Yarmouk University President Adnan Badran; and PVYTA Middle East secretary general Thomas Cromwell explains the PWPA program in the Middle East.
Conference chairman, Prof. Adnan Badran, President of Yarmouk University
 in Jordan, and one of the most distinguished educators in the Arab world.