October 25, 2021

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Nahyan bin Mubarak is launching the international festival “Ishrakat” today

The Minister of Tolerance and Coexistence, His Excellency Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Ministry of Tolerance and Coexistence, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, today inaugurated the activities of the World Festival Ishrak organized under the slogan “Tolerance”. Knowledge. “The festival is being extended to almost three days with local and international participation.

The International Festival aims to reach out to schools and universities in the Emirates, many countries around the world, 70 public and private local and international universities, 800 public and private schools in the United Arab Emirates, and 100 international schools. , 20 local and international partners, and 1,000 teachers and 2000 parents from the United Arab Emirates and the world.

In addition to participating in the festival and its sessions, the activities of 75 writers, writers and creators, the festival discusses about 70 literary and artistic works related to the acceptance of tolerance, coexistence and others through its general activities. 40 programs and local and international sessions, which will be available to everyone on the ministry’s website and on social media in Arabic and English, and will reach all media.

The opening session of the festival takes on the theme of the festival, “Tolerance is knowledge”. , Talks about the Emirati experience in celebrating tolerance in public schools, after which it observes Dr. Ruby Bakshi Kurti, author and educator of Dr. Sufis, discussing how to enrich tolerance among students, teachers and parents and the importance of implementing it. Global Department of Education.

Finally, Dr. Professor of the University of Colorado. Temple Grantin talks about how to deal with those who are determined, the human and social impact of adapting to them and the impact of tolerance and coexistence in supporting them. And improving their positive abilities

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After the opening ceremony, the general activities and events of the festival will begin, and will include entertainment activities, discussion panels, training workshops and special sessions. These wide range of events, programs and activities are mainly aimed at students in school or university education. Everyone who works in the field of education, such as teachers and parents.

The first day sessions and performances include a “little camel” toy show by Dr. Michael Ziolaski, a writer with experience in the arts, design, photography and archeology, and are designed for students of the first cycle of basic education. The British international painter, Matt Smith, “draws a caricature.” A session begins for you with his own caricature, with the aim of promoting the values ​​of sympathy and tolerance with others. Does, and trains young people to have the opportunity to hone their skills and gradually learn drawing principles.

The festival offers its followers the opportunity for a virtual visit to the Al Ain Zoo, followed by an event dedicated to students of the first cycle, followed by a special session for teachers from around the world entitled “Building”. Bridges between nations and cultures through creativity “, conducted by a Spanish professional educator. Dr. Ferman outlines the most important rules and fundamentals that allow any teacher to stimulate students’ imagination and create scientific objects.

The Ministry of Tolerance and Coexistence confirmed that the event is an international platform in which we take the idea of ​​Emirati Tolerance and Coexistence to the world by sharing the experiences of the United Arab Emirates and others on five continents of the world. Benefiting from other experiences provided by academics and experts from the United States, Europe, Asia and Africa, during the festival, “Israqat” focuses on targeting school and university students around the world and reaching out to teachers and parents. , With specific sessions for them, with international experts in the field.

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