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AUL alumna has organized a seminar under the title of "The Young and Future Challenges "at the 34th Book Fair accomplished by The Cultural Bond held at  achid Karami International Exhibition- Tripoli. Alumna president Mr. Abbas Salloum was present with an assembly of intellectuals and university staff.
 
After the national anthem, the counselor of the Education Minister Dr. Amer Halawani presented a speech saying: "Education now is the major bridgeboard to the progression of nations and national coalitions. For all developed countries has progressed through gates of education, as all industrial countries put education at the top of the hierarchy in its programs and politics. As we can see, the dominant conflict nowadays is in the contest and competition toward education even if it takes different political and military labyrinths. "

Dr. Mohammad Alamdin, a political economy professor, pointed out that the ultimate purpose of education is to protect human dignity and provide different job opportunities to prevent our generations from mendicancy. He indicated the existence of a solid bond between education and the demand of marketplace in order to accomplish harmony and equilibrium within society. He also stressed out on the responsibility of the "Private Sector” to assimilate all Lebanese Universities graduates. He called after a clear political plan and a solution to idleness and unemployment problems by interacting with various productive sectors. Finally, Dr. Alamdin focused on encouraging education as a national responsibility to human basic rights that should be available in a society for it to accomplish progress and progression.
 
   
 
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