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Qatar CSR Summit 2024 opens at Qatar National Convention Centre


Minister of Education and Higher Education, H E Buthaina bint Ali Al Jabr Al Nuaimi, inaugurating the Qatar CSR Summit 2024

Minister of Education and Higher Education, H E Buthaina bint Ali Al Jabr Al Nuaimi, launched the Qatar CSR Summit 2024, held under the patronage of Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the State of Qatar, H E Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al Thani. This significant event, themed “The Future of CSR in a Circular Economy,” runs from April 30 to May 2 at the Qatar National Convention Centre (QNCC).


The summit's inauguration was graced by esteemed figures such as Qatar University President, Dr. Omar Al Ansari; Ooredoo Chief Executive Officer, Sheikh Ali bin Jaber Al Thani; QNB Group Chief Business Officer, Yousef Mahmoud Al Neama; Assistant Undersecretary for Industry Affairs and Business Development at the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Saleh bin Majid Al Khulaifi; and President of Mubadara for Social Impact & Chief Executive Officer of Qatar National Corporate Social Responsibility Programme, Dr. Saif Ali Al Hajri. Notably, participants from ministries, government agencies, international organizations, sponsors, Qatar University’s administrative and academic personnel, businessmen, academics, and diplomats also joined the event.


In his welcoming address, Dr. Al Ansari highlighted the importance of social responsibility in academia and urged collective efforts towards community development. Mohammed Abdulrazaq Al-Siddiqi from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry praised the collaborative efforts fostering a culture of corporate social responsibility, aligning with Qatar’s sustainable development plans and National Vision 2030 objectives.


The summit also recognized H E Sheikh Dr. Faleh bin Nasser Al Thani as the CSR Person of the Year in Qatar for his remarkable contributions to sustainability and climate change mitigation.


The Conference and Exhibition on Social Responsibility will feature participation from governmental, semi-governmental, and private sector entities, emphasizing the critical role of corporate social responsibility in shaping society and business for the future.

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