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Swalif with Wendy Lesko: Youth Activism Swalif means “to chat” in the Qatari dialect. In this virtual series, Qatari social media influencer Hamad Al-Amari “swalifs” with invited American experts about
In celebration of Olympic and Paralympic Day on June 23, this month’s topic will be on disability inclusion in sports and what competing without limits means with Tucker Dupree, a 3x Paralympian and 4x Paralympic medalist.
This workshop will walk through the process of songwriting. Professional musicians will serve as guides, exploring popular music. Led by members of the United States Air Forces Central Band, participants actively engage in this unique experience aimed at exploring the cultures and traditions that define us as part of the...
This month’s topic will be on “Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy” with Ahmad Ashkar, founder of Falafel Inc. and the Hult Prize Foundation.
This month’s topic will be on Arab-American month and campaigning for office with Rima Nashashibi. Ms Nashashibi is the Founder and President of Global Hope 365, a non-profit aimed at protecting vulnerable women and children. In addition to being very active politically, she has led several workshops and trainings for...
On April 6-7 from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm each day, EducationUSA and the Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MOEHE) will host the EducationUSA-Qatar 2021 Virtual University Fair.
On March 3th 30th at 12 pm EST (8 PM Doha Time), the Qatar America Institute for Culture is hosting a virtual Expressions Art and Culture Talk, “Msheireb: A New Heart for Doha,” with architectural writer Michael Webb. He will explore Msheireb, a new 77-acre urban development at the center...
This month’s topic will be on Water Conservation and Protection for International Water Day with Jose Saucedo, Director of the Doha Environmental Actions Project (DEAP).
The Doha Film Institute is launching an online experience that encompasses masterclasses, talks, and screenings during the month of March. Masterclasses will be taught by the likes of French auteur Claire Denis, BAFTA and Academy Award® nominated cinematographer Phedon Papamichael, internationally celebrated director and Cannes veteran James Gray, Silver Lion...
In honor of International Women’s Day, Katara, Qatar Museums, and the U.S. Embassy will host a special webinar for International Women’s Day with distinguished female guests.
This month's special guest is Dr. Nadine Kaslow, professor and vice chair in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Emory University's School of Science. She and Hamad will speak on mental health.
In celebration of Qatar National Sports Day, Qatar Foundation and QF's Ability Friendly group, in partnership with the U.S. Embassy, Qatar Museums, and U.S. international organizations Best Buddies and Dogpound, is hosting activities dedicated to inclusivity in sports online.
A series of virtual programs on hot topics, including the U.S. election system, mental health, media literacy, entrepreneurship, education in the U.S., among others, with Qatari social media influencer Hamad Al-Amari and invited U.S. experts.
The U.S. Embassy in Doha invites current and emerging Qatari professional leaders in a variety of fields to cultivate lasting relationships with their American counterparts through the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP).
The U.S. Embassy in Doha invites current and emerging Qatari professional leaders in a variety of fields to cultivate lasting relationships with their American counterparts through the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP). The majority of IVLP exchanges include visits to U.S. communities over three weeks, although projects vary based on...