The Aramea Foundation is a not for profit think tank organisation committed to discourse on the future of the Levant region of the Middle East. In scoping, writing (and in this case building) this site for the Foundation, I’ve aimed to achieve a tone of voice reflecting the possibility of a better, and more harmonious way of life across the region. Web content for Middle East think tank The Aramea Foundation.*If no image of the finished project is available, my .pdf copyvisual or .docx copysheet is shown in its place.
The Levant region has become infamous for the pains it has endured in recent times. Yet our vision is not of war, terror or displaced peoples.
Our vision is of a unified association of Levant nations, stretching from the Eastern border of Iraq, across Jordan and Syria, and including Israel and Palestine to the West; and from Syria’s Northern border, to the Southern borders of Jordan and Iraq.
Our wish is to see the emergence of an economically buoyant, stable and peaceable region, whose member states work together to protect mutual interests, to build an environment of diplomacy, tolerance and understanding, and to redefine the place of the region in the world.
We envisage a region-wide respect for the wishes and democratic decisions of the majorities across the region, combined with respect and accomodation for the cultures, traditions and beliefs of the region’s myriad minorities.
In addition, we look to the enhancement of diplomatic, cultural and commercial relations with those states bordering the region on all sides.
Whether in education, science, commerce, the arts, technology or the humanities, our vision is of a Levant region of which the citizens of all constituent countries can be rightly proud.
A Levant region in which a rich and rewarding life may be enjoyed by all.
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