Within the framework of enhancing the active role of youth in building societies, developing their capabilities, and highlighting the value of volunteer work and giving to them; The Doha International Center for Interfaith Dialogue, in cooperation with the Qatar Scouts and Guides Association, organized a training course entitled (Volunteering and Giving), which was presented by the certified trainer, Mrs. Fatima Abdulaziz Al-Harami. Various topics related to volunteer work, such as: enhancing the capacity of the effective volunteer, accepting others with different cultures and religions, as well as rooting the culture of giving and take and mutual exchange, as well as how to lead volunteer projects.
This course is the sixth training course held by the Doha International Center for Interfaith Dialogue through its community participation in training youth and school students.
On the importance of these training courses, Prof. Dr. Ibrahim bin Saleh Al Nuaimi, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Doha International Center for Interfaith Dialogue and Undersecretary of the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, said: “The training courses come as one of the fruits of joint cooperation between the Doha International Center for Interfaith Dialogue and the Qatar Scouts and Guides Association, and these courses come at the top of the list. The priorities of the Doha International Center for Interfaith Dialogue, which aim to train young people on volunteering skills among volunteers towards others of diverse cultures and affiliations, and to develop young people’s abilities and personality, scientific, and practical skills. This is in addition to providing the opportunity for volunteers to express their opinions and ideas in various volunteer projects, and to acquire leadership skills. for volunteer projects.
Concerning this training course, Nadia Al-Ashkar - Coordinator of Conferences and Events at the Doha International Center for Interfaith Dialogue said: "This training course is the second cooperation between the Doha International Center for Interfaith Dialogue and the Qatar Scouts and Guides Association to hold seminars and training courses. Religious dialogue and its importance and principles. As for this session, we devoted it to volunteer work because of the importance of this topic and the close connection between the activity of the association and the center and the community services they provide to the community. Volunteer.
It is worth noting that the Doha International Center for Interfaith Dialogue in the State of Qatar is an international center concerned with spreading the culture of interfaith dialogue, building bridges of cooperation and understanding between followers of religions, cultures, and civilizations around the world, building capacities in the field of dialogue, a culture of peace and acceptance of the other, and activating religious values to address issues and problems of concern to humanity. And addressing the aspects of life that interact with religion, to build a society based on mutual respect and coexistence in harmony and harmony, regardless of different religions, cultures, and races.
The Qatar Scouts and Girl Guides Association is a body with a legal personality enjoying the membership of the World Organization of the Scout Movement and supervising the scouting movement in Qatar. Created by the founder of the Scout Movement, the Scout Movement is based on the principles: Duty to God, Duty to Others, and Duty to Self.