The Salam Project for Cultural Communication is all set to launch the 4th session of the Young Leaders Program. This to happen with the participation of 60 young men and women. The aim of the program is majorly to develop participants’ cognitive capacities and skills. This majorly done to empower them to have effective and influential cultural communication. Similarly this aimed at promoting a positive image of the Kingdom. Executive director of the project Fahd bin Sultan Al-Sultan gave out a statement. Also he stated that the 60 participants would be trained for three months. This planned through an integrated system of training.
About the program :
The program incorporates preparing studios and board conversations planning to engage members to obtain logical information. Therefore this on the most unmistakable issues and difficulties confronting the Kingdom. Thus the program will incorporate field visits to meet specialists to draw on their encounters and find out with regards to the Kingdom’s social endeavors and achievements. Members will find out with regards to human variety among individuals with various social foundations. Therefore the program will cover drives and undertakings to put the information and abilities mastered in the help of members’ future global commitments.
Around 1,200 people applied to the program. Out of this only 60 selected across. The members have the limit, insight and skill to connect with different societies, are capable in worldwide dialects, have recently partaken in global occasions and have the ability that goes with the program’s approach and goals. Al-Sultan featured the significance of contributing youth with abilities and abilities to utilize their abilities to advance a positive picture of the Kingdom all around the world. Similarly up to 180 individuals have moved on from the program in the last three meetings. Graduates have taken part in excess of 110 global discussions held in excess of 32 nations, where they introduced in excess of 30 studios.
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