The Centre works with the International Council of Arabic Language to promote Arabic language projects, preserve Arab identity, and leverage its knowledge to enhance Arab culture around the world.
The centre cooperated with the Brill Publishing House to publish the Arabic journal ‘Al Markaz: The Journal of Arab Studies'. This peer-reviewed journal examines Arabic language, literature and culture from the pre-Islamic period to the present day and includes critical reviews of books and events focused on Arab studies. The journal enhances the position of Arabic as a language for study and provides a valuable source of new research.
The Arabic Language Centre and the Institut du Monde Arabe work together to create greater awareness of Arabic and enhance its position as a global language in terms of knowledge, communication, culture and creativity. The two organisations promote the globally renowned International Certificate of Proficiency in Arabic (CIMA) — established by the Institut du Monde Arabe in 2018 — as well as cooperate on reports on the development of the Arabic language.
Universität Leipzig and the Arabic Language Centre work together to develop the teaching and learning of Arabic through published research projects on Arabic language and literature, scientific reports on the use of Arabic in Germany and Europe, and through cultural conferences and seminars.
The Center collaborates with the Frankfurter Buchmesse (Frankfurt International Book Fair) to consolidate efforts to work on a strategy for the Abu Dhabi International Book Fair.
The collaboration between the Abu Dhabi Arabic Language Centre and Libniz Institute will create a broader understanding of Arab-European cultural relations in their historical dimensions, as well as their contemporary importance. The Leibniz Association will work to support joint efforts to publish research projects on topics of common interest, as well as to facilitate scientific exchange and the organisation of joint cultural events.
The Centre and Alef Education consolidate strategic objectives to develop modern technical resources for teaching Arabic to native and non-native speakers using digital resources, smart applications, and artificial intelligence in the field of education. These resources are developed in line with accurate scientific methodology based on data on the effectiveness of available Arabic educational content and the level of student engagement.
The Centre cooperates with the National Library and Archives in areas such as document and records management, libraries, and joint cultural events.
The Centre works with the Arab Youth Centre to develop cultural projects such as publishing initiatives, events, and Arab youth research studies.
In line with the Institut du Monde Arabe agreement, a letter of intent was signed with Alliance Française to provide centres for the International Certificate of Proficiency in Arabic (CIMA).
The Centre has partnered with the Department on the Scan and Learn Arabic project, which offers easy Arabic language learning on the go. People can learn common Arabic words by simply using their mobile phone scan facility. The project furthermore, enhances social cohesion between different nationalities in the UAE.
The Centre partnered with the Department on the Scan and Learn Arabic project, which offers easy Arabic language learning on the go. People can learn common Arabic words using their mobile phone scan facility. The project furthermore, enhances social cohesion between different nationalities in the UAE.
The Centre works with the Abu Dhabi Early Childhood Authority to develop cultural projects, children's literature, publishing and translation.
The Centre works with the Ministry to develop Arabic language teaching and learning through research projects, studies, and report publishing on the development of Arabic language curricula. For example, a recent report focused on the status and future of Arabic language curricula in the Arab world. Other fields of cooperation include publishing dictionaries, and expanding the digital education infrastructure.
Joint research projects with Zayed University focus on the development of Arabic language teaching and learning.
The Arabic Language Centre's cooperation with Majarra focuses on the joint publishing of research reports on the Arabic language and its connection to education as well as promoting digital Arabic content through companies to major academic and technical institutions globally.
The Centre works with the Ministry to support efforts to develop Arabic language teaching and learning through research projects, studies, events, seminars and conferences such as the Arabic Language Summit. They also formed a joint committee to submit proposals for legislation and policies that support the development of the Arabic language.
The Centre cooperates with TRENDS Research and Advisory in the area of research, the publication of reports and the organisation of cultural projects.
The Centre and Tawzea work together to establish operational partnerships to ensure the provision of integrated services at exhibitions and projects.
Coordinate joint efforts and enhance cooperation between both parties in support of Arabic language education, empowerment, dissemination, preservation, and facilitation of its learning and skills for different community segments through carrying out research projects agreed upon by both parties, benefiting from scientific and academic expertise, exchanging work and engagement experiences, holding workshops on academic and creative writing, and holding joint cultural evenings and events.
Enhance partnership efforts to promote the Arabic language in line with the State and Emirate's policy, provided that it is the official language approved by the courts, without neglecting other important languages, and exchanging experiences, literature, and publications relating to common interests.