Global Revival of Amazigh Culture

Tamazgha Map

The Amazigh (Berber) people are the original inhabitants of North Africa, also known as Tamazgha, and they have been living in this part of the world for Millenia. Tamazgha extends from the Atlantic Ocean, on the west, to the Suez Canal, on the east, and includes the Canary Islands, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and parts of Egypt. Amazigh communities are also found in other African countries such as Tchad, Niger, Burkina Faso, Mali, Mauretania, Senegal, and Western Sahara.


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    Amazigh Culture

    The Tamazight (Berber) Language Profile by Karim Achab; University of Ottawa

    Abstract: Profile written at the request of the Ministry of Education of the Province of Ontario, Canada, in November 2001, following the request to include Tamazight among the languages taught within its Program of International Languages. Click Here to read  full article