Dar El-Harka is at the heart of the Medina; as the first co-working space in the Medina, it aspires to be the hub for old and new creative industries to meet, exchange, collaborate to create opportunities for each other, sustain local culture and revive our historical urban quarters.
Dar El-Harka offers workshops in threatened crafts such as calligraphy and book binding, and also offers workshops in modern crafts such as graphical design and digital musicology.
The space is founded and owned by the Ashoka fellow Leila Ben-Gacem.
The impact session aims to connect Tunisian co-workingspaces to establish a sustainable eco system, based on transparency and converting interest.
About the Impact Sessions
The BMW Foundation’s Impact Sessions are flexible, implementation-focused, and “short” formats. They provide the Responsible Leaders of the BMW Foundation with an opportunity to support a specific nonprofit organization, while the participating organization is able to benefit from the participants’ multi-sector expertise, experience, and perspectives in order to solve a concrete problem. The BMW Foundation’s Impact Sessions offer leaders in business, government, and civil society a space to get involved for a specific nonprofit organization.