Iraqi dating culture
Nearly half of the Iraqi community speaks Arabic at home; only 3% speaks English, reflecting the number of recent immigrants in the community.
Over half of Iraq-born Victorians are aged under 35, and only 19% are aged over fifty.
Taken together, the seven works create a space to contemplate the tragic current events in the region.
The Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, in collaboration with the Penn Museum and the Museum’s Penn Cultural Heritage Center, hosts an international, by-invitation-only conference for international experts on The Preservation of Art and Culture in Times of War at the Museum.
The Keynote Panel Discussion, New Frontiers in the Protection of Cultural Property, is open to the public Tuesday evening, April 4, from to pm.
Iraqi immigration to Australia peaked between 19, with the Iraq-born population in Victoria increasing to 3,492 by 1996. Most recent Iraqi immigrants have arrived under the Family and Skilled Migration categories.
Some Iraqis have sought refugee status after arrival in Australia, and have been detained pending processing.
The exhibition surveys the cultural diversity of the region through the millennia, where Arabs, Kurds, Arameans, Assyrians, Armenians, Circassians, Turkmens, Sunnis, Shias, Druze, Ismailis, Christians, Jews, and Yazidis are among the many peoples with unique histories and claims for the preservation of their heritage.