Government Tolerance Exhibition to be held on sidelines of World Tolerance Summit in Dubai
An exhibition titled “Government Tolerance Exhibition” will undoubtedly be held on the sidelines of World Tolerance Summit (WTS) from November 13-14 beneath the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Prime and vice-president Minister of the UAE, and Ruler of Dubai.
This year’s summit is themed Tolerance in Multiculturalism: Reaching the Social, Humane and economic Great things about a Tolerant World.
The exhibition is targeted at highlighting initiatives and innovative projects implemented by government agencies to advertise coexistence and respect for diversity and pluralism at workplaces based on the values of the Founding Father, the Late Sheikh Zayed.
Khalifa Mohammed Al Suwaidi, General Coordinator of the WTS, said, “The committee made a decision to organise a particular exhibition out of its keenness to supply all implies that will ensure healthy and stable workplaces that will not differentiate between your colour, race or religion, and instils values of respecting and accepting views of others, thereby establishing the guidelines of tolerance and spreading its principles and values among individuals and society.
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Al Suwaidi urged government departments and institutions to take part in the two-day event, which would
outline a couple of programmes and practices, that are used in the dissemination of the values of tolerance, equality and justice in the society.
The summit hosts a lot more than 2,000 high-profile figures. The list includes government leaders, peace experts, academics, specialists, social workers, envoys from the international diplomatic community, International & local associations, organisations and representatives of the general public and private sectors in a intensive and qualitative programme centered on promoting the values of tolerance and multiculturalism and accepting others to create a tolerant world in a multicultural society.
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