The Minister of Culture and Youth, His Excellency Noura Bint Mohammed Al Kafi, confirmed that the United Arab Emirates continues to support UNESCO’s efforts and all its initiatives aimed at maintaining peace through international cooperation in the fields of education, science and culture. He said: The country, which is an active member of the Executive Committee of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, will find vast places to contribute further, based on its rich history of supporting joint action under the umbrella of UNESCO. Those efforts and endeavors are to promote dialogue and peace and to build bridges between cultures and peoples, to preserve human heritage, to be concrete and abstract, and to promote global innovation, creativity, science, culture and the arts.
This year coincides with the 75th anniversary of the United Nations, during his official address to the United Arab Emirates at the 41st Session of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Year of its founding. He added: “The General Conference has adopted a medium term strategic outline that defines the company’s 8 year strategic vision and enables it to implement its leadership role in its areas of excellence. And we hope that the discussions and processes aimed at serving the small island developing states will yield the desired results and benefit the ground, as well as the United Arab Emirates’ commitment to the organization and its consistent readiness to contribute to achieving more strategic and impact decisions on the site, as well as the diverse population support provided by the organization. His Excellency also reaffirmed his commitment to the cause. ” His Excellency Noora Al Kafi thanked all the member states for their generous contributions. Commenting on the country’s experience and its contribution to the revival of UNESCO structures, he said: “In 2019, I was a member of the United Arab Emirates Executive Committee and engaged myself in exploring best practices and new ideas related to cultural and creative industries. The Working Group recently adopted a resolution submitted by the United Arab Emirates, Bangladesh, Colombia and Indonesia, to coordinate UNESCO talks on cultural and creative industries to guide policies and enhance the contribution of the creative economy. Development goals. The Council also approved a resolution submitted by the United Arab Emirates to complete the efforts of the Republic of Portugal and the Republic of Korea to translate existing structures related to education and culture into applicable implementation projects. Through the partnership between Dubai Cares and UNESCO, the UAE is committed to exploring new opportunities for education through technologies, focusing on the digital transformation of education in the most marginalized groups, providing free and high-quality digital content and bringing about educational transformation for the benefit of all. He explained that the United Arab Emirates is an active partner in the effort to regain the sense of Mosul by providing 1,000 jobs to Iraqis in Mosul by 2023. The Minister of Culture and Youth announced employment for about 1,087 locals within the partnership. The goal was achieved by the end of the project.
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