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IASC President Visits Juma AI-Majid Center for Culture and Heritage in Dubai

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The Institute for Advanced Studies and Cooperation (IASC) conducted today an official visit to the prestigious Juma AI-Majid Center for Culture and Heritage in Dubai, underscoring the center’s pivotal role as a beacon of cultural preservation and advancement in the United Arab Emirates. Renowned among visitors to the region, the center stands as a testament to the nation’s commitment to preserving its rich academic legacy while also fostering the development of cutting-edge scientific innovations.

During the visit, Prof. Gabriele Pao-Pei Andreoli, esteemed President of IASC, took the opportunity to laud the center’s remarkable contributions to the cultural and intellectual landscape of the UAE. Expressing admiration for the center’s unwavering dedication to its mission, Prof. Andreoli emphasized the importance of initiatives such as this in preserving the nation’s heritage and promoting global academic exchange.

Moreover, Prof. Andreoli extended his support for future collaborative endeavors between IASC and the Juma AI-Majid Center, recognizing the potential for mutual benefit and the advancement of shared goals. He highlighted the importance of fostering partnerships that promote cultural understanding, scholarly research, and the dissemination of knowledge on a global scale.

As the world continues to navigate the challenges of the 21st century, partnerships between institutions like IASC and the Juma AI-Majid Center for Culture and Heritage are vital in shaping a more interconnected and enlightened global community. Through joint efforts, these institutions can continue to serve as catalysts for positive change, driving innovation, fostering dialogue, and preserving the rich tapestry of human heritage for generations to come.

At the heart of the Juma AI-Majid Center lies its main library, boasting an impressive collection of approximately 350,000 books covering diverse subjects such as culture, Arab heritage, Islam, Arabic language, and Arab Islamic history. The Juma AI-Majid Center for Culture and Heritage was founded by Mr. Juma AI-Majid, who was driven by a profound desire to serve both the citizens of the United Arab Emirates and academic research scholars worldwide.

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  • Arta Feta

    Ms. Arta Feta is the Co-Founder & Executive Director of the ‘Institute for Advance Studies and Cooperation’. She boasts a diverse professional background. Additionally, Ms. Feta works in the Ministry of Finance in Albania, demonstrating financial management abilities in public administration and leadership skills. Previously, she gained experience in journalism, where she covered economic and political issues. Beyond her public sector commitments, she has experience in interdisciplinary research foundations. Her collaborations with foreign institutes have enriched her network and broadened her perspective on global affairs. She is deeply engaged and interested in international activities and conferences, driven by a curiosity to understand both domestic and foreign politics.

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