‎“Elite Women's Forum” (Women Leadership Forum)‎ An event dedicated to exploring the role Emirati women will play in community development ‎over the coming fifty years. ‎ 07 February 2022
 
Organized by the Dubai International Academy of Dermatopathology and Dubai International ‎Academy of Laser & Aesthetic Dermatology, February 11th ‎
 
Under the patronage of Her Excellency Hessa bint Issa Buhumaid, Minister ‎of Community Development, the Dubai International Academy of Dermatopathology and ‎Dubai International Academy of Laser & Aesthetic Dermatology (Diad-Dial), is organizing an ‎‎“Elite Women's Forum” that will be dedicated to exploring the role Emirati women will play in ‎community development over the coming fifty years. Her Excellency’s Participation will enrich ‎the discussion on the integral contribution of Emirati women in the field of community ‎development, their achievements, as well as the aspirations for the coming fifty years. ‎
 
The event, held at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in the Dubai Financial Center on Friday evening on ‎February 11, 2022, will provide a platform to learn about the new opportunities available to ‎Emirati women in the next 50 years of the union.‎
 
Dr. Fayza Al Ali, a consultant dermatologist and chairperson of the conference, explained that ‎the significance of community activities parallels that of scientific conferences; hence the ‎keenness of the Dubai International Academy of Dermatopathology and Dubai International ‎Academy of Laser & Aesthetic Dermatology to organize and lead such events. She Also ‎emphasized the significance to invite the participation of influential women who can be part ‎of the dialogue, to share their valued opinions and experiences and shed light on the ‎contribution and role of women to the UAE strategy, their developmental role in society, as ‎well as the challenges that face and shape Emirati women today. ‎
Dr. Fayza highlighted that the event will be sponsored by L'Oreal, a global leader in the field of ‎dermatology, pharmaceuticals and cosmetic care, with multiple research centers, innovations ‎and patents to their name. Moreover, L'Oreal is also known to be keen on achieving ‎sustainable development, adopts a policy not to test its products’ ingredients on animals, and ‎contributes to community development through many activities such as the establishment of ‎the L'Oréal-UNESCO Women in Science Awards to help empower more women scientists to ‎achieve scientific excellence and participate equally in solving the great challenges facing ‎humanity. To date, it has awarded more than 100 laureates, five of whom have gone on to win ‎Nobel Prizes.‎
Dr. Fayza Al Ali concluded that the event would present a great opportunity to learn about the ‎unique roles of multiple stakeholders, individuals, companies and institutions, in contributing ‎to the development of society. She ended by emphasizing that “Development is a collective ‎responsibility”‎
 

 

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