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Technology, being a community enabler, lay at the heart of the in-depth discussions conducted during the 9th International Government Communication Forum (IGCF) which concluded in Sharjah on Thursday.
The best approach to the abuse and misuse of technology is to trek the positive and let this be the architect/engineer towards further development and progress, taking into consideration the inevitability of investments in human capital.
Improving technology and digitalisation have sure contributed to the coping of countries and governments with the one-year-old Novel Coronavirus pandemic. Yet, the most compelling realisation is that health is the key to happiness, dependent on one’s attitude and perspective in life; and for which each and every individual must be responsible for.
The International Government Communication Forum (IGCF 2020) concluded on Thursday with a call for sustained efforts to combat climate change and to create more original media content to change the West’s perception of Arab societies.
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