Government officials, international think tanks, intellectuals, influencers, representatives of international organizations, diplomats, and students are set to attend the summit.
Rabat – The second World Tolerance Summit (WTS) will convene this year on November 13 and 14 in Dubai. The event brings together more than 2,000 delegates from more than 105 countries to a global dialogue of tolerance.
The theme of this year’s summit is; “Tolerance in Multiculturalism: Achieving the Social, Economic and Human Benefits of a Tolerant World.”
According to a press release by Strategic Exhibitions and Conferences, the summit’s event manager, leading public and private sector organizations will be sponsoring the event.
Emirates Real Estate Solutions is a main sponsor of the summit, alongside the Ministry of Human Resources & Emiratisation. The Roads and Transport Authority of Dubai is another key sponsor.
Government officials, international thinktanks, intellectuals, influencers, representatives of international organizations, diplomats, and students will attend the interactive summit, according to the press release.
The two-day summit will take place at Madinat Jumeirah Conference & Events Centre in Dubai under the patronage of the vice president and prime minister of the UAE, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
The International Institute for Tolerance (IIT) in Dubai established the summit last year as part of an initiative led by His Highness to instill values of tolerance and peace amongst countries, societies, and individuals.
Dr. Hamad bin Sheikh Ahmed Al Shaibani, the managing director of IIT, believes that the summit demonstrates the UAE’s commitment to the values represented by the culture of dialogue and acceptance in accordance with the UAE’s founding values.
These values of tolerance were inscribed in the UAE by the founding fathers under late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, according to the press release.
“Since its inception, the UAE has provided a true translation of the values of tolerance and openness,” Sultan Butti bin Mejren, the Chairman of Emirates Real Estate Solutions, states in the press release.
“Values of respect and equality derived from sharia laws and authentic Arab customs have helped create this ideal climate in a country like the UAE which ensures tolerance, and where everyone contributes to the progress and prosperity of the society.”