An-Najah Hosts a Weekly Economic Meeting to Discuss the Necessary Steps for Palestinians under the Current Political Conditions
The Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences at An-Najah University held its weekly economic meeting on Tuesday, March 14, 2023 on the urgent needs of Palestinians under current political conditions. The meeting aimed to address the current political landscape in Palestine, with an emphasis on the urgent needs of Palestinians under these circumstances.
The meeting was attended by Dr. Nasser Al-Din Al-Shaer, Lecturer at An-Najah University, and Mr. Jihad Ramadan, Former Secretary of the Palestinian National Liberation Movement – Fatah in Nablus and Vice-Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Nablus University for Vocational and Technical Education. The meeting was also attended by legal professionals, representatives of national factions, academic and administrative staff of the University, and interested university students.
Mr. Raed Debiy, the President's Assistant for Community Affairs, moderated the meeting and highlighted its significance in the context of the rapidly changing international landscape. He pointed out that the meeting was timely, given the ongoing Ukrainian-Russian war, the global energy crisis, the Arab normalization process, and the regional crises. He also emphasized the importance of promoting societal dialogue and exchanging ideas in addressing the challenges facing the Palestinians.
The weekly economic meeting is part of the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences' ongoing activities aimed at discussing topics of interest to students and the local community. The meetings provide a platform for hosting experts and academics to discuss practical recommendations and allow for a diversity of opinions.
The meeting concluded with the participants agreeing on the urgent need to prioritize the unity of the Palestinian people and to work towards ending the current state of division. They also discussed the importance of building a strong and independent economy in Palestine to enable it to withstand the challenges of the current political climate.
Overall, the meeting was a success in promoting dialogue and sharing insights on the necessary steps for Palestinians under the current political conditions. The Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences will continue to organize these meetings to address critical issues facing Palestinians and contribute to the community's development.