The Latifa Bint Mohammed Award for Childhood Creativity is preparing to celebrate its Silver Jubilee

Yesterday, the work of the arbitration committees for the Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed Award for Childhood Creativity began, within the framework of the directives of the wife of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad Al Sharqi, Crown Prince of Fujairah, Her Highness Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, sponsor of the Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed Award for Childhood Creativity emanating from the Association Women’s renaissance in Dubai, with the conclusion of the 25th season of the award, and the celebration of the golden jubilee.

Amina Al-Dabous Al-Suwaidi, Executive Director of the Award, said: The Sheikha Latifa Award for Childhood Creativity in Dubai, over the course of a quarter of a century and 25 years in the service of childhood creativity, is keen to root and consolidate the values ​​of creativity in childhood and youth and refine their experiences and capabilities to advance initiatives, ideas and visions, and unleash the potential and creativity of children on The local, Gulf and Arab levels.

And through the award’s celebrations this year of the Silver Jubilee, yesterday, the arbitration of the works participating in the award for the 25th session began, which began in the field of memorizing and refining the Noble Qur’an and the noble hadiths of the Prophet, which are carried out according to the works of the participants, through precise requirements and criteria, and the award is keen to implement arbitration with transparency and fairness And the accuracy of the results, and indeed, yesterday, in the presence of the arbitration committees and the management of the award, arbitration work was launched at the headquarters of the Women’s Renaissance Association in Dubai.

She added: The work of the arbitration committees continues, in order to complete the episodes of the award’s axes and areas in arbitrating literary creativity, rhetoric, poetry and cultural debate, and judging artistic creativity, which includes drawing, photography, composition and sculpture.

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