Ramadan 2022: Majlis Mohamed bin Zayed to host lectures on building communities

All lectures will be aired every Thursday at 5.50pm during the holy month

ABU DHABI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - June 04, 2018: Captain Mark Kelly (R) and Scott Kelly (C), present a lecture titled, ’The Sky is not the Limit: Life Lessons from NASA’s Kelly Brothers’, at Majlis Mohamed bin Zayed.

( Hamad Al Kaabi / Crown Prince Court - Abu Dhabi )
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Majlis Mohamed bin Zayed will host lectures on communities and their future, geopolitical stability, technology and health this Ramadan.

The lectures will invite experts to discuss and address the challenges society faces today and how people can help to achieve a sense of community.

First up is Values and Their Impact on Human Development and Societies, in which Islamic and human values, and ways to promote them through cultural institutions, will be discussed. This lecture will also shed light on the role of values in building the individual and society.

The speakers will be Dr Omar Al Derei, Director of the UAE Fatwa Council, and Dr Ahmed Al Haddad, Director of the Fatwa Department at the Department of Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities in Dubai and a member of the UAE Fatwa Council.

All lectures will be aired on the Majlis Mohamed bin Zayed YouTube channel, Al Emarat TV and other local TV channels every Thursday at 5.50pm during the holy month.

The Ramadan series aims to promote learning and reflection.

Majlis Mohamed bin Zayed was launched in 2006, following the directives of Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, to set up a platform for meaningful discussions during the holy month.

Updated: April 21, 2022, 5:18 AM