The Ministry of Youth Affairs proudly announces the commencement of a national logo competition, aimed at encouraging the local community to participate in the creation of the ministry’s artistic identity.
For more info, check out their website and the ad below. Take a chance and go for it!
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Renowned psychologist Professor Philip Zimbardo explains how our individual perspectives of time affect our work, health and well-being.
I can’t find one incorrect point in this! What do you guys think? And how would you describe the pace of time in Kuwait compared to the rest of the world? (Sorry for making it sound like some sort of essay question, but I’m pretty curious!)
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WIC-Kuwait organizes live video dialogues between Kuwaiti youth and American students in the United States to constructively discuss cultural similarities and differences.
Facilitators on both sides ensure an emotionally secure and positive space for participants to share their thoughts and question their perspectives.
The conversations are held every week at the AWARE Center in Surra.
To create dialogues about social and cultural issues that expand perspectives and invite greater understanding between people–locally and globally.
Using the Socratic Method and honest, open-ended questions, facilitators take an ideologically neutral position that allows participants from all groups to candidly excavate their personal stories, experiences, and views. This approach makes possible the meaningful and productive navigation of complex, contentious issues.
The expression of one’s viewpoint on an issue is the beginning of an individual’s greater understanding and knowledge of that issue. And the experience of doing so in a group setting can create a synergy between participants that advances critical thinking, community, bridge building, and self-understanding.
Thank you Mafaz Al-Suwaidan.