World Amazigh Congress

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The World Amazigh Congress (Berber: Agraw Amaḍlan Amaziɣ, French: Congrès mondial Amazigh) is an international organization which aims to protect and promote awareness of the Berber people's identity and culture, across North Africa.[1]

In October 2011, Fathi Ben Khalifa was elected president of the Congress, replacing Belkacem Lounes.[2][1]

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