The International Forum on Women’s Sports, held under the slogan “The future of women’s sport in light of the current challenges”, ended its work by issuing three recommendations at the end of its work, which was held yesterday, with the participation of a number of local and international women sports leaders.
A statement issued by the Dubai Sports Council said: “The recommendations focused first on providing a safe environment for women to practice sports, in accordance with the atmosphere and procedures fortified for them from the challenges that they may face now and in the future, and guarantees their best participation, within the controls of international sports federations and organizations.”
The statement added: «The second recommendation encourages and urges Arab heroines to continue the training and participations eligible for the upcoming Olympic Games Tokyo 2021, and to provide all means of joint cooperation to continue achieving the achievements of Arab women, while the recommendations concluded with an affirmation of the position and leadership of women, which was embodied by the presence of three Arab members of the Olympic Committee International, and the need to continue to work to enable Arab women leaders to head and membership of sports organizations at all levels.
The forum included four sessions held through the communication program “Zoom”, during which a number of important issues related to women’s sport were discussed under the current circumstances.
Sheikha Shamsa bint Hasher Al Maktoum, a member of the Board of Directors of the Volleyball Federation and a member of the Board of Directors of Al Wasl Club, said: “Emirati women have become famous in women’s sports, and thanks to these experiences, the girls will be able to catch up with the Corona pandemic as quickly as possible.”
For her part, Nada Askar, Director General of Sharjah Women’s Sports Foundation stressed the need for greater efforts from various governmental and private institutions to support women’s sport programs.
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