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May
2021

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E-Discussion

Humanitarian Work and Sustainable Development: Complementary Relationship

This e-discussion discusss the following topics:

1- Humanitarian Works and the principal of tolerance (UAE as a case study)

2- Media and the culture of Humanitarian work

2- Implications of pandemics on humanitarian works

3- The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Agenda for Humanity: Complementary relationship

 


 Press to read the executive summary


Watch this e-discussion 


Introductory video


 

Proceedings
2.00 P.M. Overview – Moderator

Mahmoud Hamdaoui photo

Mohammed Hamdaoui 

Director of Economic Research Department

TRENDS Research & Advisory

United Arab Emirates

2.05 P.M. Keynote Remarks

Humaid Al Shamsi’s

Humaid Rashid Al-Shamsi

International Aid Consultant

Emirates Red Crescent

United Arab Emirates

2.10 P.M.  Humanitarian Work and the principle of tolerance

(The UAE case study)

Rashid Al Humairi

Rashid Al Humairi

Director of Foreign Affairs

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation

United Arab Emirates

2.20 P.M. Media and the culture of Humanitarian work

Hamad al kaabi

Hamad Al-Kaabi

Editor-in-Chief

Al-Ittihad Newspaper

United Arab Emirates

2.30 P.M. International aid: The UAE as a model

Abdulaziz Al Zaidi

Abdulaziz Al Zaidi

Head of Programs Department

Zayed charitable and humanitarian foundation

United Arab Emirates

2.40 P.M. The impact of pandemics on humanitarian work

Professor Mukesh Kapila, CBE 

Professor Mukesh Kapila, CBE

Professor Emeritus, Global Health & Humanitarian Affairs

University of Manchester

United Kingdom

2.50 P.M. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Agenda for Humanity: Complementary relationship

Jacob Kurtzer

Jacob Kurtzer

Director of Humanitarian Agenda

Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)

United States

3.00 P.M.  Open Discussion
3.20 P.M. Closing Remarks

 Mohammed Hamdaoui

Director of Economic Research Department

TRENDS Research & Advisory

United Arab Emirates

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E-Discussion

Humanitarian Work and Sustainable Development: Complementary Relationship

Tuesday, May 04, 2021

TRENDS YouTube Channel

This e-discussion discusss the following topics:

1- Humanitarian Works and the principal of tolerance (UAE as a case study)

2- Media and the culture of Humanitarian work

2- Implications of pandemics on humanitarian works

3- The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Agenda for Humanity: Complementary relationship

 


 Press to read the executive summary


Watch this e-discussion 


Introductory video


 

Proceedings
2.00 P.M. Overview – Moderator

Mahmoud Hamdaoui photo

Mohammed Hamdaoui 

Director of Economic Research Department

TRENDS Research & Advisory

United Arab Emirates

2.05 P.M. Keynote Remarks

Humaid Al Shamsi’s

Humaid Rashid Al-Shamsi

International Aid Consultant

Emirates Red Crescent

United Arab Emirates

2.10 P.M.  Humanitarian Work and the principle of tolerance

(The UAE case study)

Rashid Al Humairi

Rashid Al Humairi

Director of Foreign Affairs

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation

United Arab Emirates

2.20 P.M. Media and the culture of Humanitarian work

Hamad al kaabi

Hamad Al-Kaabi

Editor-in-Chief

Al-Ittihad Newspaper

United Arab Emirates

2.30 P.M. International aid: The UAE as a model

Abdulaziz Al Zaidi

Abdulaziz Al Zaidi

Head of Programs Department

Zayed charitable and humanitarian foundation

United Arab Emirates

2.40 P.M. The impact of pandemics on humanitarian work

Professor Mukesh Kapila, CBE 

Professor Mukesh Kapila, CBE

Professor Emeritus, Global Health & Humanitarian Affairs

University of Manchester

United Kingdom

2.50 P.M. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Agenda for Humanity: Complementary relationship

Jacob Kurtzer

Jacob Kurtzer

Director of Humanitarian Agenda

Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)

United States

3.00 P.M.  Open Discussion
3.20 P.M. Closing Remarks

 Mohammed Hamdaoui

Director of Economic Research Department

TRENDS Research & Advisory

United Arab Emirates

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