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Source link : aletihad newspaper – Feb 23, 2024

The International Dialogue of Civilizations and Tolerance (IDCT) conference concluded on Thursday in Abu Dhabi after exploring a wide array of topics centred  on human fraternity, coexistence and dialogue.

In his closing address, Dr. Firas Habbal, the conference president and Director General of the Emirates Scholar Research Centre, expressed his pride in the sessions and their outcomes over a span of three days.

The concluding session delved into ways to address cyberbullying, and the crucial need to comprehend the digital age. Dr. Habbal highlighted tolerance as a vital element, advocating for empathy, understanding, and respect in online interactions.

“In the digital age, it is crucial to understand that a lack of tolerance results in harmful impacts, particularly in fostering cyberbullying. Tolerance promotes empathy, understanding, and respect in online interaction,” he said, adding that it is crucial in addressing cyberbullying collectively and creating safer and more inclusive digital worlds.

Dr. Habbal drew attention to strategies for preventing cyberbullying, including education and social media policies. 
The final day of the conference hosted a session titled “Building Bridges: Tolerance in the Tapestry of Sustainable Development and Relations”, moderated by Professor Andrew Davies, Professor of Public Religion, Director, Edward Cadbury Centre, with the participation Dr. Juhi Gupta, Assistant Professor at the Advanced Centre for Women’s Studies; Dr. Husna Ahmad OBE, CEO of Global One 2015; Einat Levi, Consultant and Partnership Builder between Israel and Morocco; and Huda Raphael Sievers, Researcher and Dialogue Promoter.

Dr. Juhi Gupta emphasised the need for inclusive peace-building, which she said can be achieved through awareness programmes in schools to bridge faith gaps. She also stressed the need to address the root causes of marginalisation, and highlighted the media’s role in fostering understanding.

“Spreading more awareness and education is vital,” Dr. Gupta said, advocating for collaborative responsibility to construct a more tolerant global society.

She highlighted a balanced approach, underlining the significance of family discussions to promote a more understanding society.

Dr. Gupta also underscored the necessity of including everyone in the dialogue, ensuring active participation of women and children.

For her part, Dr. Ahmad highlighted climate change’s significant impact on migrants, noting that 32.86 million are displaced annually, with 80% being women. She stressed leadership’s crucial role, especially in mitigation, and called for urgent action to address climate change challenges.

Dr. Ahmad highlighted values of compassion, kindness, and inclusivity, underscoring the importance of community-based solutions. She reiterated the necessity of diverse voices for meaningful societal results.

In her turn, Levi delved into the significance of cultural understanding and collaboration between nations. Levi portrayed culture as the “blueprint of our identity”, shaping judgement, influencing behaviour, and fostering partnerships.

“We are not creating something new. We are actually renewing tradition,” Levi said, emphasising the deep-rooted meaning behind regional collaborative efforts.

Levi underscored the imperative of understanding and harnessing multiculturalism in the region, advocating for active engagement in practices promoting collaboration.

Also speaking during the session, Sievers emphasised the transformative power of education.

“Educating women changes society. They are mothers, sisters, not property,” she said.
Commending the internet’s role in fostering communication, Sievers urged sustained efforts in bridging knowledge gaps. She underscored the universal sense of belonging and called for collective action to address global challenges.

During the closing ceremony, Nihal Saad, Director of United Nations Alliance of Civilizations, underlined the vital role of dialogue in nurturing tolerance, stressing that it is essential for constructing peaceful societies. Dismissing the “Clash of Civilizations” theory, she advocated for acceptance and shared knowledge to bridge divides.

Source link : aletihad newspaper - Feb 23, 2024 The International Dialogue of Civilizations and Tolerance (IDCT) conference concluded on Thursday in Abu Dhabi after exploring a wide array of topics centred  on human fraternity, coexistence and dialogue.In his closing address, Dr. Firas Habbal, the conference president and Director General of the Emirates Scholar Research Centre, expressed his pride in the sessions and their outcomes over a span of three days.The concluding session delved into ways to address cyberbullying, and the

المصدر مركز الإتحاد للإخبار - 23 فبراير 2024 في إطار جهود دولة الإمارات المستمرة لتعزيز قيم التسامح والتعايش والحوار بين الحضارات، استضافت أبوظبي «المؤتمر الدولي لحوار الحضارات والتسامح 2024»، تحت شعار «تجسير الحضارات ورعاية التنوع» برعاية وحضور معالي الشيخ نهيان بن مبارك آل نهيان، وزير التسامح والتعايش، ونظم هذا المؤتمر مركز «باحثي الإمارات للدراسات والبحوث» ووزارة التسامح والتعايش، بالتعاون مع مكتب الأمم المتحدة لتحالف الحضارات (UNAOC) ومكتب أبوظبي للمؤتمرات والمعارض التابع لدائرة الثقافة والسياحة. وقد وفر المؤتمر، الذي عقد في مركز أبوظبي

رابط المصدر: إرم نيوز -23 فبراير 2024 اختتمت فعاليات "المؤتمر الدولي لحوار الحضارات والتسامح 2024"، والذي أقيم على مدار ثلاثة أيام في العاصمة الإماراتية أبوظبي، برعاية وزير التسامح والتعايش الإماراتي الشيخ نهيان بن مبارك آل نهيان.وفي كلمة له في ختام المؤتمر، الذي نظمه مركز باحثي الإمارات للدراسات والبحوث، بالتعاون مع وزارة التسامح والتعايش الإماراتية، والأمم المتحدة لتحالف الحضارات، وبدعم من مكتب أبوظبي للمؤتمرات والمعارض التابع لدائرة الثقافة والسياحة، وبحضور محلي وعربي ودولي، عبّر الدكتور فواز حبال، رئيس المؤتمر، الأمين العام

source link : Gulf news- Feb 22, 2024 On the second and final day of the International Conference for Dialogue of Civilizations and Tolerance in Abu Dhabi, speakers and participants focused on positive dialogue based on respect for the other, aimed at building common ground for platforms that can face challenges and bridge the gap of differences, for the future of humanity. Organised by the Emirates Scholar Center for Research and Studies, and the Ministry of Tolerance and Coexistence, in cooperation with

رابط المصدر: جريدة الوحدة - 22 فبراير 2024 اختتمت فعاليات “المؤتمر الدولي لحوار الحضارات والتسامح ٢٠٢٤” والذي أقيم على مدار ثلاثة أيام في أبوظبي، برعاية من وزير التسامح والتعايش، معالي الشيخ مبارك بن نهيان آل نهيان، ونظمه مركز باحثي الإمارات للدراسات والبحوث، بالتعاون مع وزارة التسامح والتعايش، والأمم المتحدة لتحالف الحضارات، وبدعم من مكتب أبوظبي للمؤتمرات والمعارض التابع لدائرة الثقافة والسياحة، وبحضور محلي وعربي ودولي. رئيس المؤتمر يدعو إلى ضرورة تبني موقف ضد “التنمر الإلكتروني” ودعم الضحايا وفي كلمة له في ختام المؤتمر،

Source link : Zawya press - Feb 21, 2024 Abu Dhabi: His Excellency Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Tolerance and Coexistence, stressed that the convening of the International Conference on Dialogue of Civilizations and Tolerance comes at the right time. Given the current conflicts and unfortunate events in the world, there is an urgent need to foster a spirit of hope and optimism in relations between peoples and countries. Efforts should be focused on breaking the barriers of misunderstanding

المصدر جريدة الخليج 21 Feb 2024 - رابط المصدر تختتم اليوم الخميس فعاليات «المؤتمر الدولي لحوار الحضارات والتسامح 2024»، الذي ينظمه مركز باحثي الإمارات للبحوث والدراسات ووزارة التسامح والتعايش، بالتعاون مع الأمم المتحدة لتحالف الحضارات، وبمشاركة دولية وعربية كبيرة، وتواصلت الفعاليات أمس الأربعاء من خلال 7 جلسات متخصصة ضمت عدداً من الأوراق البحثية التي تناولت «رؤية لمستقبل متسامح» والتسامح والاقتصاد والاستدامة وأهمية الحوار الإيجابي، ودور التربية والثقافة في تعزيز قيم التسامح والحوار. وأشاد المشاركون في جلسات وأنشطة المؤتمر الدولي لحوار الحضارات والتسامح

رابط المصدر : وكالة أنباء الإمارات - 20 فبراير 2024 أكد معالي الشيخ نهيان بن مبارك آل نهيان وزير التسامح والتعايش أن انعقاد المؤتمر الدولي لحوار الحضارات والتسامح يأتي في وقته المناسب، لأن ما يشهده العالم حالياً من صراعات وأحداث مؤسفة تتطلب أن يكون الجميع أكثر إدراكا للحاجة الملحة إلى إضفاء روح الأمل والتفاؤل على العلاقات بين الشعوب وبين الدول، وأن تتركز الجهود على كسر حواجز سوء الفهم، وإحياء تقاليد التسامح والأخوة والحوار، والتبادل المثمر للأفكار والتعاون في مواجهة التحديات. وقال معاليه " أن الذين يعرفونني

Source link: Gulf News, Feb 20,2024 Abu Dhabi: At a time when the world is witnessing conflicts, there is a need for breaking down barriers of misunderstanding. These were the opening remarks heard at the International Dialogue of Civilisations and Tolerance (IDCT) Conference in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday. The comments came from Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Tolerance and Coexistence, after he inaugurated of the Conference, which ends on Thursday. He added that efforts focus reviving the values of tolerance,

Source link: WAM -  January 23, 2024 The Emirates Scholar Research Centre (ESRC), in cooperation with the Ministry of Tolerance and Coexistence and the United Nations Alliance of Civilisations (UNAOC), will organise the International Conference on Dialogue of Civilisations and Tolerance from 20th-22nd February, 2024. The event is being held under the patronage of Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Tolerance and Coexistence, and with the support of the Abu Dhabi Convention and Exhibition Bureau (ADCEB). The event, which will be

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