The unrest prevailing in some Muslim countries has not deterred the youth there and, in fact, it has had a positive impact on them, according to Dr Arif Abdeljalil
The graduation ceremony of the first group of the second edition of ‘Tomorrow’s Officers’ programme was held at Police College Thursday.
Qatar is exerting efforts to draw the youth towards initiatives meant to achieve the goals of sustainable development, in a bid to ensure the active youth participation, a senior official has said.
Achieving the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) requires the involvement of youths who have acquired knowledge, leadership skills and innovation and their participation in thinking, planning and strategy-making, an official has asserted.
The newly-launched Driving Training System (DTS) will help the General Directorate of Traffic ensure high-quality training at driving schools as well as transparency in the entire process of learning how to drive and obtaining a licence, a top official has said.
Discussions, deliberations and brainstorming continued on the second day of the Doha Islamic Youth Forum at the Qatar National Convention Centre in Doha yesterday. The second day focused on the youth’s role in sustainable development, with sessions and workshops revolving around this theme
Aspire Zone Foundation (AZF) recently launched the latest edition of Splash & Dash in an attempt to give people in Qatar a comfortable space to engage in physical activities during the summer.
Training sessions, physical exercises, learning and entertainment programmes yesterday marked the formal start of the second edition of summer camp for students by the Police College. Dubbed “Tomorrow’s Officers”, the two-week-long programme is aimed at helping students develop self-discipline
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