The King Abdulaziz Prize for Childhood and Development was launched at the beginning of the celebration of the delivery of the King Abdulaziz Prize in Childhood and Development.
Cairo – The Arab King of the Arab Council for Childhood and Development, Prince Abdul Aziz bin Talal, received the King Abdulaziz Prize for Scientific Research on Childhood and Development for his winners and announced that "empowering the Arab child in an era Fourth Industrial Revolution" is the subject of the second session of the award.
Under the aegis of this event, Prince Abdul Aziz Bin Talal Bin Abdul Aziz attended a festive event organized by the Council at the InterContinental Citystars Hotel to deliver the first prize to its winners, which is the first official event of the Council under the presidency of Prince Abdul Aziz. In March of last year to complement the march of his father the late Prince Talal bin Abdul Aziz, founder of the Council and the origin of the award, who was present absent in this celebration.
The event was attended by a number of public figures, Arab ambassadors, university experts and research centers, representatives of children's organizations, heads of Arab organs, representatives from relevant ministries in Egypt and the Arab world, researchers, academics and university experts. "The first of its kind in the Arab world to address and break this subject to create a scientific and academic academic and social movement towards one of the most important issues of education, which represents citizenship as one of its main pillars, enriching the Arabic library with a series of research questions T and dimensions of new approaches in the areas of socialization and citizenship.
In his speech at the celebration, Prince Abdul Aziz Bin Talal expressed his joy at seeing this constellation in the land of Canana under the aegis of the Arab Child House to celebrate the awards ceremony for the winners of the first session of the King Abdul Aziz Research Prize at field of childhood and development. Recognizing the importance of scientific research, especially in the field of childhood and development, considering that the scientific method is the real way to explore reality and identify gaps and forms of healing, Our Father, Talal Bin Abdul Aziz, goal.
He stressed that the award aims to deepen the culture of children's rights, enriching scientific research in the field of child development to achieve participation in community development, achieving social protection and protection of the rights of children in the Arab world, including the right to participation and citizenship and encouraging creative researchers. Research area related to children's issues and development.
Prince Abdul Aziz emphasized that the choice of the theme of the first session of the "Citizenship Training" prize did not come from a vacuum. The results of some studies indicate that one of the most important problems faced by Arab societies is the construction of citizenship in their concept based on human rights.
The Council convened the Council on the basis of the experience gained in its various practical and intellectual aspects and achieved the strategic orientation to study the reality of the Arab educational and cultural context in the field of values of citizenship and to implement its Raising Hope model for the education of the child, creative humanity, the application of their rights, the affirmation of their protection and the development of their capacities to participate in the realization of a positive and informed citizenship.
He pointed out that the first session of the award produced results of scientific and practical implications, where more than 87 researches from 108 researchers from 11 Arab countries competed, reflecting the interest of the Arabs in this important issue and contributed to enrich the Arab library with a series of research work. And new dimensions and approaches in the areas of education and citizenship, emphasizing that success is not only in the selection of the winning research, but also resulted in this award of scientific and community movement to one of the most prominent issues of education, which represents citizenship as a of its pillars.
The Chair of the Council stated that, in line with the achievements of the first session of the Award, and highlighting the role of the Council in supporting and stimulating research work in the field of childhood and development and maximizing community dialogue on issues of importance to the child and its development. We announce today the launch of the second session of the award entitled "Empowering the Arab child in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution." We chose to be the next board of directors, realizing that this industrial revolution is inevitable and we should be prepared for it. "
He emphasized that the fourth revolution has great and increasing effects in all of us industrially and intellectually, stressing that it will create a new world-wide future and Arab society to understand the variables of the industrial and scientific revolution around them and their children, represented by the tremendous progress made and by the means and means of educating the child. To benefit from the results of this scientific and technological revolution and to deal with its impact on society, human beings, culture, education and the media.
Prince Abdul Aziz stressed that the Arab Council for Children and Development, in cooperation with various partners, has been working on this issue since the beginning of last year (2018) and held more than one scientific meeting with various experts. This revolution is inevitable as part of the education of the Arab child, which is the beginning of a strategic plan for the post-2020 period, in order to develop the visions and mechanisms we must offer to enable the Arab child to cope with the demands of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
In conclusion, Prince Abdul Aziz paid tribute to the spirit of his founding father, who left an enlightened legacy, vowing to keep this inheritance flowing and continuous in all meanings of giving and good, thanking the officials of the Council and his Secretary General Dr Hassan Al-Baylawi. Scientific and organizational specialists and teams.
He also congratulated all the winners of the awards and wished the best for all those who participated in a scientific effort in this course, who hope to benefit from this research to develop and nurture the Arab child and build new generations for the future. New … in a stirring Arab society.
The ceremony witnessed the signing of a cooperation protocol with the National Council for Family Affairs in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, which is based on cooperation to implement the Raising Hope model adopted by the Council and contributes to the establishment of educational and to build a new form of education that awakens creativity and critical thinking. And it allows you to enter the Society of Knowledge and the Fourth Industrial Revolution, in a new Council initiative.
The Arab Council for Children and Development also published a special book, launched by Prince Talal bin Abdul Aziz, who said: "In a knowledge society, the progress of nations and their wealth is measured by the quality and quality of their education. who have knowledge can expect achievements. Economic growth and improve the quality and standard of living of their communities. "
The awards ceremony began with the screening of a short film on the first session of the King Abdul Aziz Prize for Research on Childhood and Development in the Arab World, "Citizenship Training," which included the Council's march and its intellectual orientations and accumulations , followed by an open dialogue on "Citizenship, Dr. Mufid Shehab, Professor of International Law and Former Minister of Higher Education, Nasser Al Qahtani, Executive Director of the Arab Gulf Development Program, Dr. Hassan Al-Baylawi, Secretary General of the Council, and its Media Director Amina Khair.
Dr. Mufid Shehab spoke about citizenship in the Arab world, Nasser Al Qahtani analyzed the relationship between citizenship and the goals of sustainable development and said that the concept of citizenship is an integral element of the history of the Kingdom and its founder, King Abdul Aziz, and which contains meanings and elements analyzed by analysts. From the supply of the cohesion of society and the strength of its fabric, he pointed out that citizenship has an indispensable element that the prudent researcher can address in the concept of development sustainability, its inclusion in all segments of society and its sectors and the preservation of human dignity.
For his part, Dr. Hassan Al-Baylawi noted the Council's strategic guidelines and its association with citizenship issues and the fourth industrial revolution, noting that the King Abdulaziz Prize for Scientific Research in Childhood and Development is an initiative founded by Prince Talal Bin Abdul Aziz, Prince Abdul Aziz Bin Talal expressed his belief in the importance of continuing a brilliant process in the development and development of the Arab child and in improving the intellectual and strategic orientation of the Council, which is beginning its work with the full support of AGFUND , the Council's strategic partner, the Rights of the Child and the goals of sustainable development 2030.
He stressed that citizenship is a multidimensional concept, all rights, freedoms, equality, civil and social rights in education and health, and because our country is facing black terrorism, we add a new dimension to the concept of rights, which is the right to life in the face of terrorism and aggression. The world .. to provide security and stability and world peace.
He pointed to the rich march of the Council over thirty years led by founder Prince Talal, may God have mercy on him, was formed through this process, which began in 1986 four integrated intellectual circles and formed an intellectual framework, the first of which reached the human rights in accordance with the 1989 Convention on the Rights of the Child, and added new dimensions to it. The second circle was the entry into self-construction, awareness and rational thinking of the child to enable its effective participation, which reflected clearly in the Council's strategic plan (2011-2013), entitled participation, which means empowering and empowering children. Capacity ".
He said that the fourth circle is the integration phase of departments and their interaction and interaction to be a model of "hope," the model of the Council in which the strategic plan for the work of the 2017-2020 Council is established the current plan.
The winners, who participated in their research at this distinguished event in the great land of Egypt, presented their greatest thanks and appreciation to Prince Abdulaziz bin Talal bin Abdulaziz, president of the Arab Council for Childhood and Development, for his presence and sponsorship of this great festival. It is only through the great efforts of people who believe in the importance of work and bestowal, the presentation of pioneering ideas, positive trends that preserve authenticity in a contemporary context and invest all the potentials that contribute to the construction of the nation and achieve sustainable sustainable development for a better life. For the human being in the Arab world.
The meeting was attended by attendees, who referred to the Council's efforts and the importance of the issue of citizenship and its connection to issues of extremism, terrorism, marginalization and poverty. Dr. Nabil Samuel, social development specialist and member of the Board of Trustees, addressed the vision and mission of the Board.
Dr Mahmoud Nassim, a professor at the Academy of Arts, spoke about the Council's cognitive accumulation, proposing to conduct a scientific analytical study of the research presented to the award in the field of citizenship and education, and monitoring the intellectual tendencies in them. .
Elhamji El-Melegy, a columnist for Al-Ahram Al-Arabi, pointed to the role of the media in deepening the idea of citizenship, with a focus on citizenship, terrorism and extremism.
Dr. Ahmed Audi, the scientific value of the award in Arab culture, and Dr. Najwa Grace, spoke about the importance of the award academically.
At the conclusion of the commemoration, Prince Abdul Aziz handed the awards to the winners, who received 87 surveys of 108 researchers from 11 Arab countries.45 Arab experts participated in the research arbitration, according to a set of rules and standards established by a scientific committee of Arab experts.
Seventeen researchers from seven Arab countries won prizes worth $ 20,000, divided into six awards, plus financial rewards and eight excellent research papers presented by 11 Arab researchers.
The winners were Dr. Suheir Safwat Abdel-Jaid Abdellatif, Associate Professor of Sociology, Ain Shams University School of Education, and Dr. Sahar Hassani Barbari Abdullah, Associate Professor of Sociology, Suez Canal University School of Education, Egypt.
– Prof. Musa Barral Professor of Philosophy in secondary education (Morocco) with the third prize.
– Dr. Amal Abdel Fattah Shams Assistant Professor of Sociology, Faculty of Education, Ain Shams University (Egypt), fourth prize.
The fifth prize was won jointly by: Dr. Inas Said Al-Shteihi, Professor of Educational Resources, Faculty of Education, University of Menoufia, and Dr. Helmi Abul-Fotouh Abdel-Khalek Ammar, Curriculum Professor, Faculty of Education University of Menoufia, Egypt.
He also won the publication of eight research papers for the following names:
1) Dr. Said Abdel Moez Ali Moussa Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, Helwan University and Dr. Mona Nabil Abdel-Maaboud El-Khashin, Researcher at the Faculty of Postgraduate Studies at Cairo University, Egypt.
2) Dr. Hanan Mohamed Fawzy Sadiq Assistant Professor of Origins of Education, Faculty of Education, Monofiya University (Egypt).
3) Dr. Faraj Ibrahim Hassan Abu Shammala, UNRWA Education Program, and Dr. Ibrahim Jameel Ibrahim Shashah, Professional Development Coordinator, UNRWA Education Program (Palestine).
4) Ms. Zainab Bint Abdullah Al-Nimri specializes in early childhood (Saudi Arabia).
5) Dr. Abdul Ghani Ahmed Ali Al-Hawouri, Assistant Professor of Educational Foundations at the University of Sana'a, and Dr. Abdul Wassa Ali, Associate Professor of Curriculum and Teaching Methods at the University of Sana'a (Yemen).
6) Dr. Wafa Miftah Professor of Journalism, Media and Communication (Algeria).
7) Dr. Abdel Razek Mokhtar Mahmoud, Professor of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Assiut (Egypt).
8) Dr. Mustafa Mohammed Abdel Fattah writer in the field of children's literature (Syria).
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