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Posted On: 24 September 2020 12:23 pm
Updated On: 20 October 2020 03:57 pm

Al Sheehaniya now member of the UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities

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The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has approved the accession of the city of Sheehaniya as a member of the Global Network of Learning Cities from the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning.

This accreditation comes in view of the achievement of all the criteria required to fill this membership through the municipality's adoption of the strategy for disseminating concepts of sustainability and partnership with civil society institutions, in order to achieve Qatar National Vision 2030.

Al Sheehaniya now member of the UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities
Image credit: MME

The Ministry of Municipality and Environment stated on its Twitter page this morning, that this accreditation is an achievement of the Ministry represented by the Al Sheehaniya Municipality for its efforts to spread the concepts of sustainability and partnership with community institutions.

Al Sheehaniya now member of the UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities
Image credit: MME

This achievement comes within the framework of Qatar and the Ministry of Municipality and Environment keenness to join the global network of learning cities, which does not have a high value for promoting comprehensive learning within the educational system and achieving sustainable development, as well as following best practices and exchanging experiences with other clear and useful global cities.

Al Sheehaniya now member of the UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities
Image credit: MME

In its participation in joining the learning cities, the municipality affirmed that it plans to implement the concept of a learning city by following best practices and exchanging experiences with other global cities in planning and implementing the concept of a learning city, as well as what life seeks to promote social, economic and environmental sustainability.

Source and cover image credit: MME