ButhhhhMahdi ELMANDJRA Award Quality Education and Reasearch
AMAQUEN organizes each year the Mahdi ELMANDJRA Award to encourage Quality Research and Best Practices in the field of Quality Education.
Since 2005, many educational and training institutions won the Mahdi ELMANDJRA award. This, because they have proven that they meet Quality standards. So, Professor Mahdi ELMANDJRA himself presented the prize to the lucky winners.
But, after his death on June 13, 2014, the award bearing his name, now rewards the best research in the field of humanities and social sciences. So, the Mahdi ELMANDJRA Award 2019 went to Dr. Heba GAMALEDDINE Lecturer in Political Science Institute of National Planning of Egypt.
The 2020 edition of the Mahdi Elmandjra Award
The AMAQUEN Think Tank of Quality Education is organizing the 2020 edition of the Mahdi ELMANDJRA Award for the best scientific research in the social and human sciences, with the aim of promoting research in the humanities and social sciences.
The annual commemoration of the death of Mahdi ELMANDJRA, which will be held this year in June 2020, will be the occasion to award the best research.
Then, the deadline for submitting research is April 26, 2020. After registering here, candidates should send their proposals to the following e-mail: (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Research Award requirements
The main requirement of the Research Award is that the proposal must to be in the social and human sciences, and as relevant as possible to one of the subjects that preoccupied Prof. Mahdi ELMANDJRA. But in this case, the candidate has to discuss, analyze and deepen the thinking in order to highlight the intellectual value of the work of the professor and develop his perceptions about it. It is also required that the research be new and has not been published before, and adhere to the accepted methodologies in the writing of scientific research.
AMAQUEN has entrusted to a scientific committee to judge the nominated researches and to announce the winners. The Professor Hassan AOURID is the Committee’s chair, which includes a number of Moroccan researchers and thinkers.