First Issue: 

Evaluating the Dubai Vision 2021 Plan and how those ideas can be integrated into other Arab League nations.

The Dubai 2021 plan is a holistic plan which incorporates complementary perspectives in favor of the people. This plan follows up Dubai’s 2015 plan and aims to continue making Dubai global centre and destination for a number of industries and sectors. This plan was developed by teams of representatives  from the government  and the youth who took part in workshops and interactive platforms that allowed them to participate in shaping the future of the city. Developmental aims for Dubai, and together forming the city’s vision for 2021.  The perspectives created in order to meet the theme include the following:

  • The People: “City of Happy, Creative & Empowered People”
  • The Society: “An Inclusive & Cohesive Society”
  • The Experience: “The Preferred Place to Live, Work & Visit”
  • The Place: “A Smart & Sustainable City”
  • The Economy: “A Pivotal Hub in the Global Economy”
  • The Government: “A Pioneering and Excellent Government”

The Arab League will be required to find methods to implement and cooperate these idea’s into other for Arab countries and the EU.


Second Issue:

Discussing Yemen’s declaration of an independent governing body to run the Southern part of the country.

The formation of a transitional political council to govern the south of Yemen was formed in may 2017. The council consists of 26 members with Aidarous al-Zubaid as their president. Regardless of the unification in Yemen made in 1990, secessionists in the South continue to feel marginalised by the government in Sana’a, and have repeatedly called for independence from the north. As a result of this development the existence of three entities claiming the legitimately over yemen such as Hadi’s in Riyadh, the Houthi-Saleh alliance in Sana’a, in addition to the new UAE-backed alliance claiming to represent the south may arise Therefore, the prospect of a new secession could complicate the war waged by the Saudi-led coalition against the Houthi rebels, who remain in control of the capital Sanaa and swathes of north and west Yemen. It will be this council’s aim to discuss and resolve this issue in the most effective manner.


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