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Emirates News Agency – The Archives and National Library continue to participate in the 13th edition of “The Young Historian”.

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ABU DHABI, April 23, WAM / The Archives and the National Library are accepting entries for the thirteenth edition of the Young Historian Award from targeted school students.

The organizing committee of the award expressed its happiness over the level of attendance and participation of the best students for the award.

Hamad Salim Al-Hamiri, chairman of the organizing committee of the Young Historian Award, said the topic “Sustainability in the United Arab Emirates” was included among other topics of the awards to shed light on sustainability issues and promote science. Research in the student community. He stressed that the award aims to develop the skills of the youth, encourage them to excel and unleash their creative potential in science and field research. He said that till the first week of May 2023, the Archives and the National Library will continue the participation of the students and our aim is to advance the thinking of the youth as an active group in the society and discover the national potential of the students. In a related context, the participating student works will be evaluated in the second and third weeks of May next, while the names of the winning students will be announced, and the award ceremony will be organized in the second week of June 2023.

Winning student works, as well as recent publications, will be documented in archives and court books provided by the National Library, which will serve as references for researchers on matters related to the award topics. The Young Historian Award, in its new edition, targets fifth through twelfth grade students, while the Writing Studies Department is dedicated to ninth through twelfth cycle students. The award is given only to students of the fifth to eighth cycle who have prepared reports on aspects of social, economic or geographical life in the Emirates. The Young Historian Award 2023 covers the following categories: Oral History, Geographical History, Economic History, Social History and Emirati Studies. As for the reports required in the 13th session, they are: History of an organization, its development and its role in achieving the vision of the state or a book about which the student writes in ten pages the story of an organization. Translated from English to Arabic about the United Arab Emirates; The student summarizes its content and expresses his opinion on it.

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