The World Muslim Communities Council organized its first virtual conference for women entitled "Role of Women in Muslim Communities in the Times of Crisis", July 4th, 2020, with the participation of more than 250 representatives from 70 countries.
This virtual conference brought together about 40 speakers from specialists in Islamic education from different countries, where they talked about the experience of their schools during the outbreak of the Corona pandemic.
Under the auspices of the World Muslim Communities Council and the Association of Islamic Universities, the Ibn Sina Institute of Humanities is organizing the thirteenth annual virtual conference, entitled "Digital Resources of Teach Arabic to Non-Native.
The Corona crisis marked an unprecedented turning point in the history of educational institutions in the world, as these institutions were forced to resort to distance education during the government-imposed closure period to preserve people's lives.
Islamic education at the pre-university and university levels is an integral part of this global reality. It will be subject to the changes that will affect the education systems all around the world.
The World Muslim Communities Council is organizing the first virtual conference for women entitled "Role of Women in Muslim Communities in Times of Crisis", on July 4, 2020, at 10 pm GMT, through the (Zoom) program.
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