The 8th of March every year marks the International Women’s Day, and we at QF Community Development would like to invite all women to participate in this year’s event, themed “Women in QF”. The event will include workshops on career guidance and other fun activities. Registration for Georgetown University in Qatar’s community classes is open, with classes beginning the week of 11 March. The program offers a variety of courses taught by expert faculty and practitioners. Classes are taught in the evening and meet once a week. Hurry and register as spots are filling up!
Step up and join the fitness revolution of Bootcamp Qatar! Starting 4th March and taking place every Sunday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of the week, from 5pm to 6pm, and 6pm to 7pm at the Oxygen Park.
“Qatar Music Academy will host the Arab Music Department annual concert in Mohammed Bin Jassim House (4) at Msheireb Museums on Satruday, March 10 at 6pm.
The event is free and seats are on a first come first served basis.” Getting people to train effectively, safely and get results require experience, knowledge, and the discipline to ensure that the standards are kept in every session. Step up and join the fitness revolution of Bootcamp Qatar! “Under the patronage of HE Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, its Chairperson, Qatar Museums (QM) cordially invites you to attend Mathaf Talk: Mohammed Melehi on Mohammed Melehi.
Leading contemporary artist Mohammed Melehi will present a lecture on his life practice as a painter, publisher, educator, and social activist. In this talk, Melehi will share personal references and experiences from across his career of sixty years, and insights on his work in pedagogy, politics, and community development.”
“Join us from 5pm-8pm on Tuesday, 6 March, 2018, at Qatar Science & Technology Park (QSTP), for an engaging and lively fireside chat with two great international guests:
Dr. Agustín Delgado – Chief Innovation & Sustainability Officer of Iberdrola (Spain) Siddhartha Sachdeva – Founder & CEO, Innowatts (USA)
Moderated by Dr Maher Hakim, Executive Director, QSTP.
The discussion will focus on how, by playing a part in building and advancing an innovation startup ecosystem, corporations and key industry players can benefit in return.” Qatar Computing Research Institute (QCRI), part of Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU), is holding a Creative Space Fair – a day packed with innovative learning activities. School-aged children will be able to attend this free event. Creative Space Fair will include activities in the littleBits Playground, allowing children to build complex digital inventions in seconds. Additionally, children will be able to build their own bubble machines, create 3D objects using 3D pens, and make origami critters with their own motors. The youngsters will also be able to interact with Anki Cozmo, an artificial intelligence toy robot with a big brain. Children in three age categories - 6 and under, 7 to 10, and 11 to 14 - should be registered and accompanied by an adult. “Qatar Youth Orchestra Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra Giovanni Pasini, conductor Abdulla Al Najjar, oud Jack Dillon, marimba Per-Niklas Barth, marimba Aoife Galvin, soprano Naomi Chen, cello Carolyne Ise Chen Lee, piano Traditional Turkish (arranged Giovanni Pasini): Segah Sarki for solo oud, takht and orchestra Ahmed Karawi (arranged Giovanni Pasini: Nasharat, a song for Qatar, for solo singer, takht and orchestra Ney Rosauro: Concerto for marimba and strings: Movements I and IV Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Alma grande e nobil core, aria for soprano and orchestra, K. 578 Camille Saint-Saëns: Allegro appassionato, Op. 43, for violoncello and orchestra Edvard Grieg: Concerto in A Minor for piano and orchestra, Op. 16: Movement I Jan Sibelius: Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op.43: Finale”
“In commemoration of International Women’s Day,Doha International Family Institute in collaboration with Collegeof Humanities and Social Studies at Hamad Bin KhalifaUniversity, cordially invite you to attend a forum on: Political Participation and Arab Women as Agents of Change”
“Religious moderation and balanced personality are among the most important demands sought by all societies. However, meeting such a demand has become a major problem and resulted in the absence of civilized witnesses of the nation of Islam, which depends mainly on the moderation. Almighty Allah said: “And thus have We willed you to be a community of the middle way, so that with your lives you might bear witness to the truth before all mankind,” (Baqarah:143).
Although there is a great debate on how to solve this problem, promote religious moderation and build a balanced personality, this issue still needs to be addressed and analyzed accurately, in order to provide a deeper understanding and a clear plan of action on how to meet this demand. “
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