An introductory lecture on the development vision for the Year of 50th

The Deanship of Student Affairs, in collaboration with the National Archive, organized a virtual lecture entitled; “Year of the 50th”, presented by Mr. Mohammad Ismail, Educational programs specialist.

The lecturer talked about the UAE founder’s efforts through the past 50 years and towards the next 50, the hard work and ambitions of the leaders for the UAE Centennial 2071. The lectured also covered topics such as; government programs and strategies to enhance the UAE economic and scientific reputation, learn about the factors of success and sustainability of the UAE government, and define the role and responsibility of individuals, role of institutions and society towards achieving the vision and centenary goals to make the UAE the first country in the world at all levels and in all fields.

It’s worth to mention, that H. H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai launched the UAE Centennial 2071. It is a long-term, full-vision plan that extends for 5 decades after 2021. It forms a clear map for the long-term government work, to fortify the country's reputation and its soft power.

Also, during the lecture, Mr. Ismail gave an introduction to the National Archives and its role in preserving the historical heritage and supporting the nation's development process.



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