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Qatar: Dr.. Hind Al Hammadi to Al Sharq: Qatar is a model for managing population diversity and peaceful coexistence

Dr. Hind Mohamed Ahmed Al-Hammadi presented a research centered on the Qatari model in managing population diversity and peaceful coexistence in light of the Qatari immigration goals of the Alliance of Civilizations as a PhD thesis at the Malaysian University of Technology, Faculty of Social and Human Sciences. The thesis was discussed last February. Dr. said. Al-Hammadi told Al-Sharq that the State of Qatar has a great record in the field of coexistence and peace, which is part of the state’s internal and external policy amidst a world full of conflicts. The State of Qatar embraces the nationalities of more than 150 countries and includes a high percentage of immigrants in the world, so it was keen to manage this population diversity efficiently to achieve peaceful coexistence as a lofty civilized goal sought by humanity in accordance with its religious authority and civil laws and procedures that are in line with the international treaties and agreements that it has ratified. And in light of the goals of Qatari immigration to the Alliance of Civilizations. In her message, Dr. Al-Hammadi stated that the State of Qatar was ranked among the group of countries that enjoy high peace, and it ranked first regionally, and advanced degrees globally in the Global Peace Index (IEP). It seeks to answer the study’s main question, which is: To what extent has the State of Qatar succeeded in achieving peaceful coexistence in light of the large population diversity it is witnessing in light of its goals in the field of migration for the Alliance of Civilizations in order to explore the reality of security, stability and peaceful coexistence in the State of Qatar. Dr. added. Al-Hammadi shows that immigration towards the State of Qatar has an active role to be a positive factor in introducing civilizations and achieving acquaintance between peoples, and the State of Qatar’s observance of laws and regulations controlling expatriate labor issues and worked to increase the preservation of the rights of expatriates and at the same time led to the achievement of urban renaissance and economic and social development at the internal level, And positive effects at the external level for the countries that export labour. The Qatari experience may be considered a model for managing population diversity and peaceful coexistence. The study recommended investing in the Qatari model in managing population diversity to spread the values ​​of tolerance and peaceful coexistence globally. It also recommended increasing interest in the Arabic language by the State of Qatar by teaching expatriates its basics to achieve more harmony and integration for the advancement of society, and their involvement in Arab and Islamic issues to take a global turn. It is worth noting that Dr. Hind Al-Hammadi holds a PhD in Islamic Philosophy and Civilization from the College of Social and Human Sciences, University of Technology Malaysia, and holds a Master’s degree in Islamic Studies and Comparative Religions, Hamad Bin Khalifa University, and a Bachelor’s in Education, Qatar University. She is a researcher specializing in issues of contemporary Islamic thought and social and human issues. She has published articles in a number of scientific journals related to managing population diversity, peaceful coexistence, societal issues, and human rights.



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