13 May 2017
Emir of State of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani will grace opening ceremony of 17th Doha Forum Conference at the Hotel Sheraton Doha. The conference will take place in the morning of Sunday 14th May 2017.
The theme of the conference this year is “Development, Stability and Refugee Crisis”.
Among the speakers addressing on the opening ceremony followed by Emir of Qatar will be Omar Hassan Al-Basheer, President of the Republic of Sudan, Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, President of the Republic of Mali, Sa’ad Rafic Al_Hariri, Prime Minister, Republic of Lebanon, Hassan Ali Khayre, Prime Minister, Federal Republic of Somalia and Amina Mohammed, Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations.
A large number of World leaders, dignitaries, think tanks, scholars and experts will be participating in two days long conference being held in Doha. On the first day topics under discussions in various sessions include :
‘The Changing Global Political Landscape’,
‘Political Development in the Gulf: Relations with Iran’,
‘Political Crisis and their implications on the Stability of the Middle East’,
‘Refugee Issues and States’Policies ‘,
‘The United States, Russia and the European Union: a new political stage in the Middle East’,
‘The Future of International Trade Agreements and Investment’,
‘Economic Issues of Refugee Crisis: Economic, Education and Health’, and
‘Global Trends and Challenges for Economic Development and Investment (Oil & Energy Issues)’
Second day of the Doha Conference will be covering areas including :
‘Political & Economic Impact on Refugee Crisis’
‘Political Challenges in the Far East and the Indian Sub-continent’
‘Recession of the Global Economy and Ways to Build a Strong One’
‘The Impact of Refugees on the Hosting Countries’
‘The Legal and Human Dimensions of Refugee Crisis’
‘The Role of the International Community and Human Rights Organizations in dealing with the Refugee Crisis’
‘The Role of Civil Society and Charity Organizations and in the dealing with the Refugee Crisis’
‘Development, Stability and the Refugee Crisis in the Media’, and
‘Development, Stability and Refugees Rights: Future Perspective’
17th Doha Forum Conference closing session is scheduled to hold at 0500 PM. Sultan bin Saad Al Muraikhi, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs of State of Qatar will preside the session.