UAE President’s address on World Teachers’ Day, a roadmap for improving UAE’s educational system: Abdullah bin Zayed

H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and Chairman of the Education and Human Resources Council, affirmed that the address that the UAE President statement on the occasion of World Teachers’ Day serves as a beacon that illuminates teachers’ paths towards excellence and a roadmap for improving the … Read more

Excellence workshops are bridge for communicating experiences between winners, candidates: Khalifa Award for Education

The General Secretariat of the Khalifa Award for Education stressed the importance of the applied excellence workshops programme that it implements in the educational field to introduce the areas presented for the 16th session 2022-2023, as these workshops represent a bridge for knowledge communication and exchange of experiences between winners, arbitrators and potential candidates for … Read more

Dubai Media Council launches first edition of DXB500 Government Communication Training Programme

The Dubai Media Council has launched the first edition of the DXB500 Government Communication Training Programme, an initiative announced earlier this year by H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Media Council, to train 500 public sector communications officials in the next five years in partnership with leading global … Read more

Dubai Cares’ vision for global education transformation takes centerstage at ‘Transforming Education Summit’

Continuing its global advocacy efforts for a transformed education ecosystem, Dubai Cares, a civil society organisation formally associated with the United Nations Department of Global Communications, unveiled the “Rewiring Education for People and Planet” report at the Transforming Education Summit (TES) in collaboration with the Education Commission.   Held as part of the 77th United … Read more

The Nineteenth ASEAN Ministers on Energy Meeting Plus Three (China, Japan, Korea) (19th AMEM+3) anticipated the possibility of a strong oil and gas market recovery from COVID-19 pandemic, while also being cautious of global market disruptions from geopolitical tensions. The Meeting noted the high dependency of member states on oil and gas products and agreed to step-up regional multilateral cooperation to mitigate supply disruptions, achieve energy security, and meet climate resiliency goals. The Nineteenth ASEAN Ministers on Energy Meeting Plus Three (China, Japan, Korea) (19th AMEM+3), which was held virtually on 16 September 2022, and chaired by Suy Sem, Minister of Mines and Energy, Kingdom of Cambodia and attended by the ASEAN Member States, noted in a Joint Ministerial Statement the limited investments in oil and gas upstream sector and the various business opportunities, such as availability of open oil blocks for bidding, government plans to increase investments in oil and gas infrastructure, and national oil companies’ just energy transition plans that would require innovations and funding. The Meeting further reiterated the need to enhance the participation of financing institutions and the private sector and emphasised the creation of an enabling environment for sustainable financing in oil and gas sector, including clear and transparent legal and regulatory framework and streamlining the process for energy investments. 14 The Meeting noted that natural gas and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) will supplement renewable energy and economic growth while ensuring energy security in the region. Source: Emirates News Agency

The Nineteenth ASEAN Ministers on Energy Meeting Plus Three (China, Japan, Korea) (19th AMEM+3) anticipated the possibility of a strong oil and gas market recovery from COVID-19 pandemic, while also being cautious of global market disruptions from geopolitical tensions.   The Meeting noted the high dependency of member states on oil and gas products and … Read more

Sharjah Ruler approves 144 new grants for citizens at Khorfakkan University

SHARJAH, H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, approved the second batch of grants for citizens at Khorfakkan University, which includes 144 grants, bringing the total to 649 grants approved to date.   The grants were announced through the “Direct Line” programme, which is broadcasted on Sharjah … Read more