In the presence of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council, Ruler of Sharjah.
As well as His Highness Sheikh Sultan bin Ahmed Al Qasimi, Deputy Ruler of Sharjah, Chairman of the Sharjah Media Council, the activities of the 12th session of the International Government Communication Forum in Sharjah Expo were launched a short while ago.
The 12th session of the Forum holds the slogan “Today’s resources are the wealth of tomorrow”.
Also it is organized by the Media Office of the Government of Sharjah for two days.
About the 12th session of the International Government Communication Forum.
In fact, the forum, in its 12th edition, completes its journey in raising the role of government communication in responding to the challenges of the era.
Furthermore, it discusses the challenges of investing in natural and human resources.
Also, a selected group of experts will explore the wealth of the future, and how to deal with it.
In addition to the role of communication in building local and international partnerships.
And also its role in building development cultures, in a series of sessions, dialogues, workshops, and specialized meetings.
Partners, institutions, and local and international organizations are the organizers of the forum events.
the International Government Communication Forum Platform.
The International Government Communication Forum also constitutes a global platform.
Since it is enriching the communication industry with more than 90 main and side sessions.
In addition to a number of inspiring speeches, proactive events, meetings, and programs, through 14 platforms.
More than 250 speakers from various fields and experiences participate and present in those platforms.
Also more than 35 local, regional, and international partners are supporting them.
The forum is a valuable opportunity for government communicators to learn from each other and to share best practices.
It is also an opportunity for government communicators to connect with partners and organizations from the public and private sectors.