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UAE INTENDED NATIONALLY DETERMINED CONTRIBUTION WITHIN THE FRAME OF THE PARIS CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE

SHARE ONA Lecture by Maria Cordeiro, Environmental Analysist at the Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi, within the frame of the Master of Sustainable Development Law and the research programme “Fresh water, law and renewed stakes in the Arab

DIVERSIFICATION AND KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY IN THE DEVELOPMENT TRAJECTORY OF THE GCC STATES

SHARE ONWith the participation of Martin Hvidt, Professor at Zayed University Dubai.   The Seminar will be held in English.

FARMING, EXPERTISE, AND COMMERCIALIZATION IN THE NORTHERN TRUCIAL STATES: THE AGRICULTURAL TRIALS STATION AT DIGDAGGA, 1955-1969

SHARE ONSeminar hosting Matthew Maclean, Visiting scholar at Al Qasimi Foundation (RAK). The Seminar will be delivered in English.

LOST IN TRANSLATION: EXPATRIATE CONSUMERS’ ACCULTURATION TO LUXURY

SHARE ONWith the participation of Cécile Chamaret (PSUAD) and Béatrice Parguel (CNRS, France).   The Seminar will be held in English.

COLONIAL IMAGINARIES AND INTERVENTIONS IN (YEMEN’S) SOCOTRA ARCHIPELAGO.

SHARE ONSeminar hosting Nathalie Peutz, PhD in Cultural Anthropology, Assistant Professor of Arab Crossroads Studies at New York University Abu Dhabi.   The Seminar will be delivered in English.

FRESH WATER AND RISKS IN THE ARAB STATES OF THE GCC

SHARE ONRepresentatives from the GCC member States have met in Kuwait to discuss the construction of a new pipeline in the region. At a projected cost of $ 10.5 billion for a projected length of 2 000 km, this pipeline would easily rank among the

CITY DIPLOMACY: HOW DUBAI REACHES OUT TO THE WORLD

With the participation of Dr. Kai Bruns, Assistant Professor in College of Media and Mass Communication at American University in the Emirates.

THE DUBAI BRAND : HOW DID DUBAI BECOME DUBAI AND THE EMIRATES … THE EMIRATES

With the participation of Dr. William Gueraiche, Professor of Social Sciences at the American University in the Emirates.

EMIRATI YOUTH AND SOCIAL MEDIA

With the participation of Dr. Sara Chehab, Lecturer in International Relations, Zayed University Dubai.

The Reverse Gender Divide in Education in the UAE: Implications for the Labour Market

With Natasha Ridge (Al Qasimi Foundation for Policy Research RAK).