Doha: The College of Shariah and Islamic Studies at Qatar University (QU), in collaboration with Qatar National Commission for Education, Culture and Science, organized an international forum entitled “Islamic Culture as a University: Contemporary Challenges and Prospects of Development,” with the participation of leading academic speakers from various Arab and Islamic universities.
The forum consisted of three sessions, each addressing a specific topic. The first session centered on the place of the course of Islamic Culture in Islamic colleges and universities. The second focused on the cultural challenges that the course encounters, its decisions, and teaching techniques. The third session was devoted to applied and practical discussions about the course; hence the expert speakers shared their valuable experiences in teaching the course of Islamic Culture
The forum was organized on the occasion of a more significant cultural event, “Doha, Capital of Culture in the Islamic World 2021,” which Qatar hosts from March 2021 to March 2022 under the auspices of the Islamic World Organization for Education, Education, and Science (Doha).
With this forum, the College contributes, along with other state institutions, to an amalgam of distinguished cultural events in a historical period as Doha shows the world the bright image of Islamic multiculturalism.
(Source: https://thepeninsula qatar.com/article)