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Sultan replaces SEC’s organisational structure


The Ruler of Sharjah expressed pride in the Arab intellectuals and writers and their efforts and contributions to the advancement of societies. WAM

His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, has issued Emiri Decree on replacing the general organisational structure of the Sharjah Education Council (SEC).

Pursuant to the Emiri Decree No. 26 of 2019, the general organisational structure of the SEC issued by Emiri Decree No. (5) of 2015, shall be repealed and replaced by the new Decree.

The Decree stipulates that the Sharjah Executive Council should issue decisions necessary for the implementation of this Decree, including the adoption of the Council’s new job descriptions in accordance with its terms of reference. Establishing, merging, and repealing any organisational units within the general organisational structure, referred to in Article (1) of this Decree, are also under the Council’s authority.

The Decree is effective from the date of issuance and other competent authorities should implement its provisions each in its respective field.

The Decree shall also be published in the official gazette.

Sheikh Sultan has met with the members of the General Union of Arab Writers, GUAW, and the Emirates Writers Union at the Dr. Sultan Al Qasimi Centre for Gulf Studies, where he stressed the role of culture in ensuring the advancement and progress of societies to combat extraneous and obscurantist ideas.

The Ruler of Sharjah congratulated the members of the GUAW for nominating Dr. Alaa Abdel-Hadi as their Secretary-General, wishing him good luck and every success.

During the meeting, Dr. Sheikh Sultan also highlighted the great cultural development witnessed in Europe during the 18th century and the so-called era of lights, stressing the significant role of Arab intellectuals and writers in promoting Arabic culture.

He expressed pride in the Arab intellectuals and writers and their efforts and contributions to the advancement of societies.

The attendees discussed several cultural topics and ways to promote Arabic culture and intellectuals.

He further shed light on the remarkable efforts and activities of the writers’ unions and several other cultural institutions in the Arab world, underscoring their role in providing various literary publications, highlighting Arab intellectuals and innovators, as well as increasing cultural mobility in Arab societies.

The meeting touched on the importance of cultural communication between the Arab world and countries worldwide, aiming to review the cultural experiences of international institutions and bodies to benefit from them, to popularise Arab culture and intellectuals.

The meeting also discussed the role of media institutions, stressing on their impact in spreading and promoting culture among members of society.

Dr. Sheikh Sultan was briefed on the plans and vision of the GUAW aimed at achieving the desired objectives.

Concluding the meeting, the GUAW members praised Sharjah’s cultural project, which reflects the vision of Sheikh Sultan, aimed at supporting Arab culture and intellectuals.

The attendees also appreciated his keenness on supporting Arabic culture.

On Sunday, Sheikh Sultan witnessed the opening of the 7th Emirati-German Congress in Medicine and Dentistry, at the Medical Colleges & Health Sciences - University of Sharjah.

The 2-day’s conference shed lights on the most important issues in the medical and health fields and the latest practices, technologies, devices and advanced therapeutic methods in medicine and dentistry, in addition to focusing on the most important diseases facing the UAE community by holding discussions by different 40 researchers of doctors and scientists from the University of Sharjah, the UAE and the Germany.

Following the rendition of the UAE National Anthem and the recital of verses from the Holy Quran, Dr. Humaid Al Nuaimi, Chancellor of the University of Sharjah delivered the opening speech in which he has highlighted the significant efforts of the Ruler of Sharjah in supporting the activities of the 7th Emirati-German Congress in Medicine and Dentistry, lauding the holding the conference for the seventh year in a row.


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