The FAHR has announced a revised unified list of the national holidays for both the public and private sectors in the UAE for 2019.
Activists urged people this year to stage symbolic protests from the start of the holiday on Tuesday, including by painting a three-finger salute used by demonstrators on traditional Thingyan pots filled with flowers, which are typically displayed at this time.
The summer holidays are here and in most households children would want to be with their elders while they’re going about their household chores including cooking, baking or frying.
British holidaymakers are favouring destinations outside the European Union after repeated delays to Brexit discouraged travellers from booking early and prompted them to look further afield, travel firm Thomas Cook said on Monday.
Eid Al Fitr holidays for government employees will start on Sunday (June 2, 2019) until Thursday (June 6, 2019). Work will resume on Sunday June 9, 2019.
With schools and universities closing for summer break, there are plenty of productive ways to spend the holiday that can be beneficial for educational and future career purposes.
According to the circular, the Spring break holiday officially begins on March 8 up until March 19 (for a period of two weeks).
According to a tweet by Ministry of Education the academic year 2019-2020 ends for public and private schools on July 2, 2020 for students.
The Dubai Government Human Resources Department (DGHRD) has officially approved the holiday of the UAE’s 48th National Day and the Martyrs’ Day for the government departments of Dubai from Sunday to Tuesday (December 1, 2 and 3) next week. Work will resume on Wednesday, December 4, 2019, according to the decision of the DGHRD.