10:13 uur 29-03-2018

Kopstukken uit de moderne geschiedenis komen naar Sharjah voor het International Government Communication Forum 2018

  • Meer dan 40 sprekers uit 16 landen en kopstukken uit de moderne geschiedenis nemen deel aan de IGCF
  • Verwacht wordt dat het evenement ongeveer 3000 experts, overheidsfunctionarissen en media- en communicatieprofessionals zal verwelkomen

SHARJAH, Verenigde Arabische Emiraten – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Sean Spicer, voormalig persvoorlichter van het Witte Huis (2017), Nobelprijswinnaar Lech Walesa, voormalig president van Polen, die een leidende rol speelde in de val van het communisme in het Oostblok, Timothy Berners-Lee, uitvinder van het World Wide Web en Jimmy Wales, oprichter van Wikipedia behoren tot de vele kopstukken uit moderne geschiedenis die spreken op het International Government Communication Forum dat woensdag (28 maart) in Sharjah is geopend.

Gehouden met de steun van Zijne Hoogheid Sheikh Dr Sultan bin Mohamed Al Qasimi, Opperste Raadslid en Heerser van Sharjah, wordt het evenement gehouden door het International Government Communication Center (IGCC), een dochteronderneming van het Sharjah Government Media Bureau, van 28 tot en met 29 maart in Expo Center Sharjah.

Global Game Changers Descend on Sharjah for International Government Communication Forum 2018

  • More than 40 speakers from 16 countries and modern history makers are taking part in IGCF
  • Event is expected to welcome around 3,000 experts, government officials and media and communication professionals

SHARJAH, United Arab Emirates–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Sean Spicer, former White House Press Secretary (2017), Nobel Peace Laureate Lech Walesa, former Polish President who played a leading role in the fall of communism in the Eastern Bloc, Sir Timothy Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web and Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia are among the many modern history makers speaking at Sharjah’s International Government Communication Forum that opened Wednesday (March 28).

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IGCF2018 general photo (Photo: AETOSWire)

IGCF2018 general photo (Photo: AETOSWire)

Held with the support of His Highness Sheikh Dr Sultan bin Mohamed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, the event is being hosted by the International Government Communication Centre (IGCC), a subsidiary of the Sharjah Government Media Bureau, from March 28-29 at Expo Centre Sharjah.

The 7th edition of the IGCF, being held under the theme ‘Digital Millennium… Where To?’, is expected to welcome more than 3,000 communication experts, decision makers, government officials, government communication professionals, civil society organisations media personnel and students of communication and journalism.

Around 40 speakers from 16 countries, including global industry influencers and international policy advisors are taking part in the Forum, presenting sessions on subjects as diverse as ‘Digital Diplomacy in Government Communication’, ‘Media Charisma’ and ‘New Media in Serving Humanitarian Issues’.

The event features 18 panel discussions and inspiring sessions, 6 interactive talks, 4 brainstorming sessions for children and young adults and 7 workshops for journalists, government communication experts and visitors to the Forum.

Launched in 2012 under the directives of His Highness Sheikh Dr Sultan bin Mohamed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, the event aims to highlight best practices to achieve more efficient and effective communication between the government and the public – a field in which the Emirate of Sharjah has played a leading regional role in terms of digital integration and smart government.

*Source: AETOSWire

 

Contacts

Sharjah Government Media Bureau
Hussain Almulla, +971563980067
Media Relation Executive
Hussain.AlMulla@SGMB.ae

 

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