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    Review of Achievements and Projects of ICESCO International Chairs Network for Thought, Heritage, Letters and Arts

    2 July 2024

    The Culture and Communication Sector at the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ICESCO) held a meeting for the ICESCO International Chairs Network for Thought, Heritage, Letters, and Arts. The meeting brought together the supervisors of the Network’s nine chairs to review their achievements and future projects.

    The meeting, held on Monday, July 1st, 2024, both in-person at ICESCO’s headquarters in Rabat and virtually, was attended by Dr. Mohamed Zinelabidine, Head of the Culture and Communication Sector at the Organization, who thanked the Chairs’ supervisors for their continuous efforts. The ICESCO official urged the Network to work together to address the challenges facing the Islamic world in culture, heritage, thought, literature, social inclusion, and peacebuilding.

    Likewise, Dr. Zinelabidine emphasized the role of ICESCO’s academic chairs in promoting creativity and scientific research, in line with the Organization’s vision to open new horizons and help the Islamic world keep pace with global transformations.

    In his remarks, Dr. Patrick Mouguiama Daouda, Head of ICESCO’s Chairs, Scholarships, and Prizes Center, outlined the new vision for ICESCO Chairs, which aims to form a network that rethinks the world in a better way and encourages scientific research. He also called for joining efforts to develop innovative projects and programs.

    Ms. Ramata Almamy Mbaye, Head of ICESCO’s Social and Human Sciences Sector, highlighted the need to intensify cooperation among the Chairs to achieve the desired results of ICESCO’s program, launched in June 2020 (Societies We Want), in order to create new models for peace, security, and development in an inclusive and sustainable way.

    Following these discussions, participants reviewed the results of the Network Chairs’ work over the past three years, and presented suggestions to enhance connectivity among the Chairs to build a better future for the Islamic world.

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