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  • MBRSG and FCSA to Launch the 3rd Edition of UAE Public Policy Forum
MBRSG and FCSA to Launch the 3rd Edition of UAE Public Policy Forum

Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Royal Prince of Dubai and Chairman of The Executive Council of Dubai, the Mohammed bin Rashid School of Government (MBRSG) - the initial research and teaching organization that concentrates on governance and public policy in the Arab world - is arranging the 3rd UAE Public Policy Forum.

Titled ‘Accelerating SDGs Implementation: Future Policy Roadmap,’ the two-day event is being hosted in conjunction with the Federal Competitiveness and Statistics Authority (FCSA) and takes place January 27-28, 2019. The forum will certainly congregate specialists and specialists from various techniques worldwide to review exactly how best to satisfy lasting growth objectives taking into account the advancements of the 4th Industrial Revolution.

The UAE Public Policy Forum 2019 will resolve future impacts, policies, challenges and leads for lasting growth in the UAE. It will go over ways to best formulate strategic action plans that could attain the Lasting Advancement Goals (SDGs) at the local level, consisting of those included within the National Agenda for UAE Vision 2021.

H.E Abdullah Lootah, Director General, Federal Competition and Stats Authority, said: "We are delighted to partner with the Mohammed bin Rashid School of Government in arranging the third version of the forum, which concentrates on accomplishing the Sustainable Development Goals 2030, as the forum will certainly underline the calculated value that data and technology play in accelerating accomplishments to sustainable advancement. We want to give thanks to the Mohammed bin Rashid School of Government for their trust and confidence in FCSA to be a key partner in the forum, and the chance to share FCSA competence and data base. FCSA is preserves its commitment to work carefully with our stakeholders from local and federal government entities and the academic sector in sharing knowledge and structure capability that add to shaping the future of precious country."

"The Public Policy Forum is a leading global platform that combines leaders, decision-makers, experts, experts and academics from all over the world to talk about and add to the development of government policies connecting to sustainable advancement. It has a certain focus on creating methods that are versatile and versatile adequate to accommodate the rapid adjustments and dynamic changes that we are seeing as a result of existing scientific and technological improvements," stated H.E Dr. Ali Sebaa Al Marri, Executive President of MBRSG.

"According to the enthusiastic nationwide plans set by the UAE, that include long-lasting goals and reliable systems for attaining sustainable advancement, the forum's sessions will focus on growing development plans and go over ways to carry out these in the age of large data, Expert system, Smart Cities and global digital transformation," he proceeded.

Dr. Al Marri explained that every year the UAE Public law Forum forum provides a new topic of discussion with a number of motifs to be gone over through a collection of panel discussions. He revealed that the honest 3rd edition of the forum will focus on Sustainable Growth Goals (SDGs) set by the UN, with participants taking advantage of examining the very best practices and global achievements in the field of sustainable development.

Dr. Al Marri highlighted that the forum is also an opportunity to support scientists and decision-makers in the UAE and the governments of the region, assisting them in the preparing of efficient plans across various fields and fields that will contribute to constructing the sustainable societies of the future.




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