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The conference “Egypt in a Changing World” discussed the political, economic and social reform map, in the attendance of Minister of Public Business Sector Hesham Tawfik and several economic, political and scientific research figures in Egypt.The conference, organized by Future University in Egypt ‘s very own Faculty of Economics and Political Science, began on Saturday morning with a speech by Hisham Tawfik, Minister of Public Business Sector, who emphasized the importance of this conference and that his attendance stems from enthusiasm for the conference’s idea; titled “Egypt in a Changing World”The conference was attended by Prof. Hesham Arafat former Minister for Transport, Prof. Mostafa El-Feki Director of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina (Library of Alexandria), Prof. Gouda Abdel-Khalek, Professor of Economics and Political Science at Cairo University, Prof. Ebada Sarhan and Prof. Sherine El-Shawarby Dean of Faculty of Economics and Political Science, and Prof. Ashraf El-Arabi former Minister of Planning.During his speech at the conference, Tawfik, pointed out that there is a structural change taking place for the companies of the business sector that face many problems to support the economy and achieve financial gains, and indicated the necessity of working on restoring balance by tackling the law 203 to serve the business sector in Egypt.Prof. Mostafa El-Feki, Director of Alexandria Library, emphasized the importance of that Egyptians should realize that they are not living alone in the world, and stressed the fact that the world's problems should be clear in our minds.During his speech in the conference, El-Feki asserted the necessity of political and regional diplomatic engagement in the region and employing that in serving the national issues. He explained that stopping at the borders of what we see only does not serve our issues.Also in his speech, Prof. Gouda Abdel-Khalek, Professor of Economics at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science at Cairo University, mentioned that there is a saying for Al-Jaheth, one of the Muslim scholars, that science is a method before a reality, clarifying many concepts that explain the economic and social reform, on top of which is investment in people or stone.In his speech at the conference, he referred to the importance of digital transformation and its necessity to be based on a scientific basis, and explained also that the distribution of political forces needs reconsideration.Prof. Sherine El-Shawarby, Dean of Faculty of Economics and Political Science, said that "Egypt in a Changing World" conference tries through scientific research to reveal the challenges represented by the rapid changes in all aspects of life; climatic, environmental and epidemic changes that endanger different aspects of our lives and even threaten their survival. As well as technological changes that confound labor markets and economic and political changes.In her speech at the Conference, she emphasized that Egypt had begun a new phase of comprehensive reform to modernize society, build a strong state and achieve the goals of sustainable development.Conference participants raised many issues, including the necessity that Egypt, as a country of giant companies, should demand the establishment of regional centers for software, like India, to export to Arab countries and the world, confirming that the Egyptian human mind is advanced and that all giant companies include Egyptian employees.The conference was organized by the faculty members and students at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science and was presented by one of the students of the Political Media Department of the Faculty of Economics.The conference discussed the mechanisms of economic sciences, political sciences and public administration, as well as the media in building the state and setting public opinion, and the complications posed by social sciences trends during the recent and different stage of the nation's legacy, including their essential role in influencing the course of political action during the current period.
Starts:01 Dec 2020 Starts:12/1/2020 12:00:00 AM
Altagamoa Al Khames, Main centre of town, end of 90th Street
New Cairo
Egypt
In the framework of its academic role as an influential force in reshaping the future of the educational system, Future University in Egypt is vigorously and effectively changing the face of higher education to meet the requirements of sustainable development and the vision of political leadership 2030, basing it on innovation, creativity, technology and scientific research. The University offers the latest smart learning methods and has attained goals and international achievements in scientific research. This has led it to become a model for the modern educational institution that represents the ultimate destination for every student, learner and researcher aspiring a better future. All this came under the direct sponsorship of Dr. Khaled Azazy, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Future University in Egypt.Throughout its six important faculties namely; the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmaceutical Industries, the Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration, the Faculty of Computers and Information Technology the University has successfully established a completely new educational model makes students the core of strategic priorities and has upgraded the skills of learners and lecturers through creativity, research, development and critical thinking in order to drive a smart transformation aligned with the technological revolution.Amid all this scientific and academic advancement, the university is keen on mobilizing the role of community responsibility by using its faculties to serve the community and the country. The Dental Hospital performs daily 400 - 450 dental cases of free treatment, and visits are taken to orphanages and shelters. The university administration also covers the expenses of those unable to attend university or in some schools.In this context, Prof. Hesham Arafat, Deputy Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Future University in Egypt, stressed the necessity of increasing the role of community responsibility in institutions, which is what Future University in Egypt pays special attention to, confirming that the University’s Dental Hospital provides free services for cases of at least 400 cases a day. He added that medical examination is performed at the highest levels at all stages, explaining that this role enhances social responsibility, especially in the difficult circumstances the world has been experiencing since the "Corona" pandemic.Prof. Hesham Arafat added that Future University in Egypt is keen on distinction and excellence in everything, explaining that the University participated in virus C researches, noting that there is a pharmaceutical training factory in the university. In addition, the university also contains a Bioequivalence Center, which is considered one of the largest centers in Egyptian universities, licensed by the Ministry of Health and includes clinical trials reviewed by the National Drug Authority.Prof. Ebada Sarhan, President of Future University in Egypt, said that the university's role in community responsibility does not stop at the medical services it offers in the field of health, but extends to providing more grants than the Higher Council of Private Universities requires, all within the framework of the university's role of serving and spreading educational awareness.The University President also declared that there are charity and social activities that the university is keen on offering, besides health grants and services, that take place during the holy month of Ramadan, stressing that the charity's role is inseparable from its academic role. He explained that these initiatives and activities depend primarily on the noble objective behind them, which is that people and institutions should work for the interests of their greater environment and society.Future University in Egypt has recently succeeded in making new progress in the "QS" World Universities ranking for the Arab region in 2021, according to an accurate assessment of research, education and other activities. He pointed out that Future University in Egypt ranked 71 among the Arab universities which were estimated at more than two thousand universities in 2021, after being ranked 111-120 in 2020. This was based on data confirmation and accuracy verification.News Articles:iraqnewsakhbaroukoumlomazomaelbaladmasrawy
Starts:01 Dec 2020 Starts:12/1/2020 12:00:00 AM
Altagamoa Al Khames, Main centre of town, end of 90th Street
New Cairo
Egypt
“Egypt in a Changing World” presents research on digital pressFuture University in Egypt, Faculty of Economics and Political Science organized a conference entitled “Egypt in a Changing World” under the auspices of Prof. Ebada Sarhan, University President, Prof. Sherine El-Shawarby, Dean of Faculty of Economics and Political Science. Attendees included Prof. Hisham Tawfik, Minister of Public Business Sector, Prof. Hesham Arafat, former Minister of Transport and Deputy Chairman of Board of Trustees of Future University in Egypt, Prof. Gouda Abdel-Khalek, Professor of Economics at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science at Cairo University, and Prof. Ashraf Al-Arabi, former Minister And Prof. Mostafa El-Feki, Director of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina (Library of Alexandria).Amidst the media, the conference presented a number of recent research studies by Prof. Amani Farouk on the role of media in shaping public attitudes toward state plans for community development. As well as research by Prof. Hanaa Hussein on the role of the new media in shaping public opinion toward the societal and economic role of the Egyptian Presidency by application to “Tahya Misr Fund”.On the level of digital technology and virtual reality, Prof. Samah Al-Mohammady, presented a study about the impact of integration of youth and adolescents into social networks on their awareness of reality. Prof. Hala Nawfal, presented a paper entitled "Uses of Artificial Intelligence in Media: The Egyptian State Model", and was presented on her behalf by Prof. Marwa Saleh.A selection of media professors paneled the research papers led by Prof. Magi Al-Halawani, Professor of Radio and Television and former Dean of the Faculty of Mass Communication at Cairo University, Prof. Howaida Mustafa, Dean of the Faculty of Mass Communication at Cairo University, Prof. Amal Al-Ghazawy, Dean of the Faculty of Mass Communication at the Canadian University, Prof. Miral Sabry, Assistant Professor of Political Media at Future University in Egypt, Prof. Rasha Al-Ebiary, Lecturer of Political Media.The conference advocated the integration of the developmental role of traditional and digital media, in coordination with the social development agencies, civil society organizations and the Egyptian government, to achieve effective strategic planning for sustainable community development axes and to increase control over the contents of communication through social networks for the role they play in mobilizing public opinion and negatively affecting its trends, which requires providing advanced training and professional programs to upgrade the skills of media practitioners, especially digital.The conference also stressed the importance of shedding the media spotlight on the economic and community achievements of the “Tahya Misr Fund”, bearing in mind that the media discourse is simple and clear, to develop citizen awareness of the Fund’s development plans, as well as expanding psychological and social research on the role of digital media in influencing youth and adolescents.
Starts:01 Dec 2020 Starts:12/1/2020 12:00:00 AM
Altagamoa Al Khames, Main centre of town, end of 90th Street
New Cairo
Egypt

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