The Asbar World Forum (AWF) remotely organized a series of virtual webinars between March and April that discussed the effects and repercussions of Covid-19 on the Kingdom and the world. The discussions were carried out by elite experts, specialists and academics from inside and outside the Kingdom.
The organization of these seminars by AWF comes within the framework of its role in discussing and covering topics and issues of thought, politics, culture, society and economics, and finding innovative solutions. It also comes as part of keeping abreast of the latest developments at the local, Gulf, Arab and international levels, including the outbreak of the Coronavirus.
The webinars addressed a number of topics related to the Coronavirus, most notably distance education, the economic effects of the Corona crisis on small and medium enterprises in Saudi Arabia, the role of technology in providing government services to citizens, preparation and response to counter Covid-19, the social effects of the pandemic, the shape of international relations and the new world order after Corona and urban planning in encountering the crises.
It is noteworthy that the Asbar World Forum organizes many cultural and scientific events throughout the year, in addition to convening a well-known annual conference, which highlights through its sessions many important issues regarding the knowledge economy and knowledge society, and futures studies.
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