SC and Josoor Institute host workshops for community leaders ahead of FIFA Arab Cup
The Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, in collaboration with the Josoor Institute, organized a series of capacity-building workshops for leaders and representatives of local communities ahead of the FIFA Arab Cup, to be held in Qatar from November 30 to December 18.
Organized as part of SC’s Cultural Experience program, the workshops provided participants with the skills and tools they need to develop activations to showcase their country’s vibrant cultural scene. Participants were also encouraged to engage with artistic talents in their communities in order to include them in the events organized during the tournament. Representatives from various countries, including Qatar, Algeria, Morocco, Lebanon, Tunisia, Sri Lanka, Germany, France, Japan and India, attended the workshops. Over 40 participants attended sessions that covered a range of topics including the role of leadership, teamwork, creativity, planning and effective communication.
Khaled Al Suwaidi, SC’s Director of Stakeholder Relations, said: “Our various community groups will help showcase Qatar’s diverse population at major tournaments, including the FIFA Arab Cup, which is approaching at large. not. These sessions will equip our communities with the knowledge and skills they need to deliver engaging activities while ensuring that our tournaments leave a legacy to the arts, culture and entertainment industries. “
Afraa Al Noaimi, Executive Director of the Josoor Institute, said: “We are delighted to support the SC and our various community groups in the run-up to the FIFA Arab Cup. At Josoor, we believe in the power of learning to transform lives. Major events like the FIFA Arab Cup provide a golden opportunity for people to learn new skills. ”
Sandrine Lescaroux, representative of the French community, said: “The topics discussed will help us create meaningful experiences for the community and the fans. It is an amazing experience to be part of the FIFA Arab Cup. I am honored to lead my community’s participation in these events.
Lenny Cramer, Sri Lankan community, said: “It’s really exciting to be part of the FIFA Arab Cup. The workshops have helped us think outside the box and find creative ways to entertain and interact with fans. The Sri Lankan community is delighted to provide Qatar with all the support it needs, every step of the way. Since 2015, the SC has expanded its network of community representatives to over 60 people. As the FIFA World Cup approaches, the SC will continue to involve thousands of people in Qatar to provide a unique and rich experience for visitors.