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EDA accelerating academic ties with Hedayah
September 12, 2018
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ABU DHABI: The Emirates Diplomatic Academy (EDA) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Hedayah, the international centre of excellence for countering violent extremism. The agreement opens doors for collaboration in the academic and research fields in common areas of strategic significance.

Maqsoud Kruse, Executive Director of Hedayah, and Bernardino Leon, Director General of EDA, signed the MoU at EDA’s headquarters in Abu Dhabi.

Strengthening the existing strategic partnership between the two parties, the agreement mandates EDA and Hedayah to exchange information and expertise in relevant disciplines. The framework of the MoU also involves organising workshops related to regional and global issues, joint organisation in educational and training courses and simulation exercises, as well as conducting collaborative research.

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