Heads of state, prime ministers, and representatives from over 300 governments worldwide will convene in Dubai from February 12 to 14. This summit will include more than 300 ministers and delegates from international organizations, discussing pertinent issues ranging from social, economic, and trade matters to technological advancements, energy, climate, food-water security, education, and healthcare.
With over 12 round table discussions involving more than 15,000 delegates, the Dubai summit aims to facilitate dialogue on crucial topics impacting societies directly, addressing challenges and opportunities. Leaders, experts, and business magnates will participate, making it the most significant summit. The summit will serve as a platform for governments to share insights, major policy shifts, and trends across vital sectors, encouraging global cooperation.
|Summit in Numbers
|Ministerial Meetings and Roundtables
|International, Regional and Intergovernmental Org
|Interactive Sessions and Workshops
Noteworthy discussions will revolve around social and economic challenges, technological advancements, energy policies, climate change mitigation, education reforms, and healthcare innovations. The presence of Nobel laureates leading discussions on leadership and future endeavors will add depth to the deliberations.
Discussions on the era of artificial intelligence and its implications for governments worldwide will be particularly crucial, with a dedicated segment in the summit agenda. The presence of heads of state and ministers from Arab and international realms, alongside interactive governmental workshops, participation initiatives, and rapid progress discussions, marks this summit as the foremost platform driving transformative agendas.
Moreover, the Dubai summit will witness the establishment of a High-Level Global Platform, under the auspices of the World Governments’ Summit (WGS), to shape future government directions. In its 11th successful year, the WGS has evolved into a significant forum, fostering innovative ideas and traditional practices while establishing benchmarks and adopting best practices globally.
The presence of Arab and international ministerial meetings, along with empathetic government workshops, participation initiatives, and discussions accelerating progress, underscores the summit’s pivotal role in shaping sustainable futures. Including mayors’ high-level panel in the presence of the President of the Nuclear Energy Agency will further enrich discussions on the future of urban energy.
In conclusion, the Dubai summit will serve as a nexus for global dialogues and a beacon guiding governmental policies and practices toward a more prosperous and sustainable future.