Platform launched for activating international role of Salam graduates
Supervisor General of the Salam Project for Cultural Communication Faisal bin Muammar launched on Sunday the Salam Graduates Association platform, which aims to continue supporting and empowering Salam graduates to activate their role in participating in international forums.
This comes after completing four additions of Young Leaders of Global Communication Program, as 240 male and female youths graduated from it and participated in more than 110 international forums in 36 countries on five continents.
During his speech at the ceremony, Bin Muammar stated that the aim of the association is to provide opportunities for communication between the Salam project and its graduates and among the graduates, in addition to providing many other opportunities and benefits to its members, including participation in local and international forums.
For his part, Executive Director of Salam Project for Cultural Communication, Dr. Fahd bin Sultan Al Sultan said that “on this day, we celebrate the sons of our country by providing opportunities and harnessing all possibilities to practice the dialogue and leadership skills acquired from Salam programs to be able to participate in all international forums, adding that the Platform aims to enhance international participation in international conferences and forums and hold periodic meetings for young leaders”.