Two projects were recently launched by the Egyptian Museum in Turin: one, called ‘Fortunato chi parla arabo‘ (Lucky those who speak Arabic) concerns a double ticket (one free) for Arabic speaking audiences, and is mainly addressed to the ‘new citizens’ of the city. The second is a form of mediation of the collections in Arabic, and it will be offered by a group of women trained by MIC (Mondi in Città, with funding by the  Compagnia di San Paolo).