The “World Government Summit 2024” will kick off in the Emirate of Dubai on Monday, under the slogan “Foreseeing the Governments of the Future,” and will continue for three days.
4,000 participants from 140 countries, more than 25 heads of state and government, and 85 international organizations are participating in the summit, according to what was reported by the Emirates News Agency, WAM.
The agency quoted UAE President Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan as saying, “The World Government Summit represents a responsible invitation from the UAE to the entire world for dialogue and exchange of experiences, in addition to optimal investment in ideas and energies.”
While the Prime Minister of the UAE, Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, said that the World Government Summit “has transformed over 11 years into a global forum for generating inspiring ideas, celebrating success stories, and consolidating the knowledge aspect in government work.”
The summit will witness the holding of 110 main dialogue and interactive sessions in which 200 international figures will speak, including presidents, ministers, experts, thinkers and future makers.
In addition to holding more than 23 ministerial meetings and executive sessions in the presence of more than 300 ministers.
The summit will launch 25 strategic reports in cooperation with knowledge partners from think tanks, academic and research institutions, with the aim of studying global trends in various sectors and providing implementable government strategies.
The World Government Summit hosts 15 global forums that focus on developing strategies and future plans in the most vital sectors that concern humanity, according to WAM.
The World Government Summit 2024 focuses on 6 main themes, including: enhancing the pace of growth and change for effective governments, artificial intelligence, and new future horizons.
It also includes the new vision for development, future economies, the future of education, the aspirations of tomorrow’s societies, sustainability, and new global transformations, in addition to urban expansion and global health priorities.