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[Update: videos + photos] Dr Tariq Ramadan Speaking on “The Principles of Leadership in Islam” to QFIS Students

The EBDA Institute, a member of Hamad Bin Khalifa University in Qatar Foundation, organizes its second program (see 1st program) in Principals of Leadership in Islam in collaboration with CILE.

 

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The program will take place on Feb. 11th and Feb.14th, 2016 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm at QFIS. The sessions will be led by Dr. Tariq Ramadan, CILE Director.

 

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The program is now open for registration. Priority of registration is for QFIS students. Participants must attend the two sessions for a Certificate of completion.

 

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Registration can be done here

 

[Update: videos + photos]

 

Day 1/2: Dr Tariq Ramadan Speaking on “The Principles of Leadership in Islam” to QFIS Students

 

Day 2/2: Dr Tariq Ramadan Speaking on “The Principles of Leadership in Islam” to QFIS Students

 

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This program was sponsored by HBKU Student Life and EBDA. HBKU Student Life is a unit within HBKU Student Affairs that provides educational opportunities for student success, development, and leadership for students within HBKU and its partner campuses. EBDA is an experiential leadership program designed to build leadership confidence and capacity of Education City students. The EBDA Institute is one of ten distinct program under EBDA in which students are led through trainings on a topic of leadership, this topic being Principles of Leadership in Islam.

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Many thanks for this internet opportunity to watch this work-shop and to be one kind of part of this group and enjoying in this attractive conversation. I hope that professor Tariq Ramadan will have a lecture in public on this subject.

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