Persianesque Magazine Increases Donation to Tavaana, eLearning Institute

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Persianesque Magazine, the first glossy digital Iranian magazine, extends its recent ad-space gift to Tavaana, E-learning Institute for Iranian Civil Society.

We are deeply grateful and heartened to have the generous support of the Iranian-American community, specifically: Persianesque Magazine.

Persianesque Magazine, the first glossy digital Iranian magazine, extends its recent ad-space gift to Tavaana, E-learning Institute for Iranian Civil Society.

"We are happy to support civic activity," said Sanaz Khalaj-Santos, Editor in Chief of Persianesque Magazine. "...Even if it's virtual."

"We are deeply grateful and heartened to have the generous support of the Iranian-American community, specifically: Persianesque Magazine," said Tavaana founder and director Mariam Memarsadeghi.

A project of the Center for Liberty in the Middle East (CLIME), Tavaana's online courses are both self-paced and live instruction versions of e-courses.

"At this critical juncture, Iranians more than ever yearn to be connected to the free world," explained Memarsadeghi. "Tavaana offers a safe space for Iranians to collaborate with one other, and with the most prominent democracy and civil society experts from around the world."

Tavaana offers a comprehensive, annotated resource library in Persian and English where distinguished Iranian experts such as Ms. Mehrangiz Kar and Mr. Mohammad Reza Nikfar--as well as other international experts--serve as trainers.

Tavaana's e-courses include a graduate level leadership development course from the George Washington University Graduate School of Political Management and a civic education curriculum developed by the Albert Shanker Institute and Freedom House.

Tavaana, meaning "empowered" and "capable" in Persian, holds a vision for a free and open Iranian society, one in which each and every Iranian enjoys the full spectrum of civil liberties.

Tavaana is free of charge to all users.

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