Culture and Community

The Centre for Responsible Business, an initiative of Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, has published its sixth and final edition of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) newsletter ‘CSR Al Youm’ for 2018. The new issue contains articles and news that highlight the activities of the Centre and its role in spreading awareness about the importance of implementing CSR business practices.

The Live Reality program, “Ishouha Jarbouha”, launched by Sayidaty, offers a live experience that does not imitate or convey information, but offers reality TV like-packed adventures along with fun experiences, with the participation of Saudi families, young men and women, especially in Saudi Arabia and the Gulf countries, reaching different Arab and international places, what’s most important within this is to go beyond the normal lifestyle, to discover that adventure is no longer an impossible dream, but is a simple step that begins by making a decision, and that fear is nothing but an illusion.

Reflection, Sharjah's first annual art festival currently ongoing in Al Qasba, engaged poetry lovers in a poetry workshop conducted by Dubai Poetics yesterday (Monday). Titled ‘The Poetryhood Movement’, the workshop was part of a platform created by the entity for the empowerment of poetry and visual art.

Manal Ataya, Director General of Sharjah Museums Authority, joined distinguished experts from the fields of art and culture to discuss how culture plays a crucial role in defining the past and the future of Arab cities.

The debut edition of Reflection, Sharjah’s first annual art festival running its course at the picturesque Al Qasba, featured an art workshop by Palestinian-Saudi artist, Dana Awartani, titled ‘Geometric Drawing’, which offered a unique experience that blended Islamic art and descriptive geometry, at the Maraya Art Centre.