The Greater Cairo Library, under the direction of director Khaled Galal, in collaboration with the Taghreed Fayyad Cultural Center in Lebanon, organized a symposium entitled "Education and Culture of Two Sides for One Future" Sunday under Yasser Osman, Director General of the Library.
The seminar was moderated by poet Taghreed Fayyad, head of the salon, Dr. Imad Murad, salon vice president, and poet Suzanne Habib, salon general coordinator.
Dr. Imad talked about saloon and the basics of choosing the subject, which aims to enrich Arab society with culture, He pointed out that not all educated people are educated, there are students who are simple educated and don't know anything.
"I read in the name of your Lord who created" this verse begins the Taghreed poet talking about the culture and sense of happiness that humans have when he learns something new, and records the role of culture in the educational process, which works to turn this process into something interesting, and then threw poet Suzanne one of Mie's poems.
"The importance of education and culture in contemporary human development," said critic Dr. Thoria Al-Osaily. He explained that culture in human life, such as water and air, cannot live without it, pointing to the need to promote our society and preserve our identity and culture. And recommends the need to unite the Arabic language curriculum in all Arab countries, and the need to take advantage of the digital revolution to optimize cultural dissemination.
Poet Shaikh Saleh Sharafuddin stressed the need to mobilize more efforts to eradicate illiteracy and the need to connect educational output to the needs of the community.
Regarding the issue of education and its role in building individuals, Dr. Al-Essawi, Director of the Salon Prince of Poets, and member of the Writers Association Publishing Committee, said that the country's position can be measured by progress or retardation through its education system. The most striking evidence of this is the Islamic era, where interest and interest in culture and learning are proven through mosques, which allocate space for scientists and students, and the allocation of monthly salaries for those full-time science, pointing to the need for special entrusted bodies with the development of education including intellectuals, writers, scientists, professors, students and parents Things.
"We must not blame youth alone, but especially on families and schools, because they have a large role in the development of children and young people," Fawzia Mohammed, ambassador of goodwill, highlighted "education and its impact on people's behavior." That contributes to the spread of culture and enhances the educational process, such as printing books aimed at children, works to encourage them to love learning and culture, and transform successful novels into works of Arabic cartoons that benefit children.
Mustafa Abdullah, editor-in-chief of the former Akhbar al-Adab, spoke of "bridging the Arab cultural environment", explaining how culture transcends policy, demonstrating the importance of strengthening cultural relations between different Arab countries.
The critic criticized Dr. Mustafa Hussein, the Algerian poet Fatihah Abdel Rahman, "Red Helmi," as discussed by critics and poet Osama Gad, and plastic critic novelist Mohamed Tahoun, Wajih al-judge, "abu abu".
Regarding the role of Egypt and Kuwait in disseminating education and culture in the UAE, Dr. Kultham Abdullah, a writer, journalist and poet from the UAE, a member of the Emirati Book Association and head of Similarity Opportunities in the Middle East, refers to the Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid initiative "Millions of students at the Arab world level, and motivates them to discover their talents and develop abilities they.
The seminar was attended by a number of intellectuals, writers and poets from various Arab countries including Lebanon, Algeria, Sudan and Libya.