Dubai: Sheikha Latifa led second day of World Gov Summit

The second day of the summit was led by the Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum on 'Building Cities of the Future: Dubai's Ambition for a Global Creative Metropolis.'

Abu Dhabi, UAE: On the second day of the World Gov Summit in Dubai, several senior government officials, heads of international organizations, international companies, along with prominent private sector leaders attended the meeting. 

The second day of the summit was led by the Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum on ‘Building Cities of the Future: Dubai’s Ambition for a Global Creative Metropolis.’


The official Twitter handle of the World Gov Summit tweeted, “Building future cities: Dubai is a global incubator for creativity. The main session for Her Highness Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, President of the Dubai Culture and Arts Authority, within the work of #القمة_العالمية_للحكومات.” 

“Creative industries in Dubai continue to develop, in line with the determination and determination of the wise leadership of the emirate, which succeeded in transforming it into a global economic center,” Sheikha Latifa further added. 

She then added that a creative city is the resilient one and that turning Dubai city into a global creative metropolis is not a dream. Dubai keeps building bridges between cultures. 

Meanwhile, a session was also held entitled ‘Empowering Societies with Future Skills’ in collaboration with the Women’s Forum at the summit. 

At the World Summit, forums and sessions are being held on Metaverse, health, cryptocurrency, the future, and other topics. 

Scientist and Entrepreneur, the Ph.D. candidate in Electrical Engineering, Founder and CEO at Uvera – Asrar Damdam was also among the attendees of the summit. 


World Gov Summit tweets, “@AsrarDamdam, Founder and CEO, Uvera, reflects on her experience in STEM and how the government is creating opportunities for women to be more active in the industry #WorldGovSummit.” 

“How can we empower societies with future skills? The first aspect of developing a new ecosystem is developing capabilities. It is all about capturing the know-how by building the right programs #WorldGovSummit.” 


Tariq Saeed


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