National Archives Receives Members of the UAE Deaf Association in a Scientific Journey
Special needs in society The National Archives of the United Arab Emirates received a delegation from the Emirates Deaf Association on a scientific trip aimed at learning about aspects of the history and heritage of the UAE.
The National Archives receives members of the Emirates Deaf Association on a scientific trip
With the aim of enhancing social responsibility and supporting communication with people with special needs in society, the National Archives of the United Arab Emirates received a delegation from the Emirates Deaf Association on a scientific trip aimed at learning about aspects of the history and heritage of the UAE.
The visit witnessed a discussion of strengthening cooperation and communication between the National Archives and the Emirates Deaf Society, and emphasizing the importance of visiting the rest of the society’s members to the headquarters of the National Archives in batches to enrich their information on the history of building the United Arab Emirates and its attainment of this status globally in a record time. In this regard, Hamad Hazza Al Darmaki, Chairman of the Council, said: Management of the Society The history of building the United Arab Emirates testifies to the great efforts made by the founding leader, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan, and his brothers, the founding fathers. As it complements what the members of the association have achieved during their studies, indicating that such a visit is sufficient to enhance loyalty and belonging among the members of the association, and this is an aspect that the association is very interested in.
The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Emirates Deaf Association appreciated the great role of the National Archives in the political upbringing of generations, stressing that the deaf group has enormous capabilities and capabilities, and communicating with it would invest these energies and constructive capabilities.
Members of the Emirates Deaf Society toured the National Archives; So they watched - with the help of the translator - a high-tech 3D documentary film about the history, present and prospects of the UAE in the Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Hall for Virtual Reality, and looked at the Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Hall on the stages of establishing the union, and on samples of written documents, historical photographs and historical maps. They also visited the National Archives Press and the Emirates Library, and their inquiries, which came in the language of hands, expressed their deep interest and desire to know more of the important holdings and facilities of the National Archives.