The Doha International Center for Interfaith Dialogue (DICID) will organise a seminar on September 27, on the role of dialogue in resolving crisis, highlighting the crisis of the siege of Qatar as an example, in order to emphasise the importance of dialogue in the building of human societies and its fundamental role in relations between countries.
The seminar brings together an elite of thinkers, intellectuals and scholars to discuss five main themes related to the role of dialogue in resolving crises from the perspective of the DICID, the need for dialogue, and the reasons for its absence in the siege crisis.
The seminar will also discuss methods of resolving the crisis from the legal perspective, as well as evaluating the media discourse in dealing with the siege crisis, and the lessons learned from it.
Dr Ibrahim al-Naimi, chairman, DICID, said that the current crisis is unprecedented in the region, which requires to be analysed.
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