Sky News Arabia: “Launch of the Women, Security and Peace Summit in Abu Dhabi”
Sky News Arabia reports:
“The summit on Women, Security and Peace will be held in Abu Dhabi on Monday under the patronage of the President of the General Women’s Union, Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak.
The Summit is organized by the General Women’s Union in collaboration with the TRENDS Research & Advisory in Abu Dhabi.
The Summit will address the challenges of empowering women to promote international peace and security, the humanitarian dimensions of regional security challenges and the need to reduce the gender gap for peace and prosperity.”
Note: This article is in Arabic.
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