(MENAFN – Gulf Times) Efforts to design a fairer, more inclusive and sustainable post-Covid humanity provide the foundations for a new programme launched by the College of Islamic Studies (CIS) at Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU).
‘Design Post-Covid Humanity: Taaruf, Taawun, Tarahum (DPCH-3T)’ is an innovative, blended and multiplex educational space for the generation of fresh thinking and new ideas for living with and within the new normal awaiting societies.
The six-month programme will take motivated and inspired youth from around the world on an educational journey to unleash their transformative potential. In doing so, DPCH-3T will focus on the philosophical, spiritual and interdisciplinary dimensions of the post-Covid humanity and the key virtues of Taaruf (Acquaintance), Taawun (Co-operation) and Tarahum (Mercifulness).
The College of Public Policy and Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute, both part of HBKU, are collaborating partners of the programme, launched on November 2 at an opening