The Ministry of Culture and Sports will hold the Doha Islamic Youth Forum from July 7-11, as part of the Doha Organisation of Islamic Co-operation (OIC) Youth Capital events.
The forum will be held under the motto “Youth is the power of the nation”, held under the supervision and organisation of the Qatar Center for Cultural and Heritage Events.
The agenda of the forum represents good governance and transparency among youth, importance of sustainable development, youth and social media, and diplomatic simulations.
The forum includes several workshops that discuss the role of young people in establishing a culture of good governance; management of human and financial resources in youth institutions; integrity and promotion of culture; and enhancing the culture of
The forum will also include a training course on the model of the Islamic Co-operation Organisation, and the rules and procedures of the model of
The forum is organising four simulation sessions. The first three sessions revolve around good governance and transparency among young people; youth and sustainable development; and youth and social media. The fourth simulation session will include drafting decisions and
The forum will also have two sessions to simulate the Islamic summit, the first will adopt draft resolutions while the second will be limited to the adoption and announcement of these resolutions.
A number of visits will be organised for participants to learn about Qatar and its richness in various fields in order to discover the culture of the country and its youth’s empowerment.
The general conditions for participating in the forum include the age of the participant should be
between 18 and 30 years.
The participation should be from the youth of the OIC member states or representatives of an Islamic community. The participant must submit a certificate proving that he has good conduct and that the participant complies with the rules.
The registration and application forms will be studied through by a committee, which will select 90 participants from
The number of participating OIC member countries reached 57 from Oman, Kuwait, and Arab countries, in addition to Indonesia, Malaysia
and other countries.
The number of non-member countries was 58 and the number of registered youth exceeded 9,200 participants.
The committee will evaluate all participants and select and candidates to win the Youth Excellence Award.
The first three boys and first three girls will be announced on the website of ‘Doha the Capital of Islamic Youth 2019’ on
July 31. (QNA)
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