A delegation from the Bahrain Center for Strategic, International & Energy Studies “Derasat” visited Tel Aviv University in Israel, headed by H.E. Dr. Sheikh Abdullah bin Ahmed Al Khalifa, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Derasat.
Derasat concludes its fourth forum, with participation of a number of officials from the legislative and executive branches, regional and international organizations, and a number of experts and researchers interested in food security.
The fourth Derasat forum dedicated its second day to discuss "Food Security: Gulf and Regional Experiences", with the participation of a number of officials and specialists who highlighted food security as their countries experimented with this challenge.
The inaugural session of the fourth Derasat forum shed light on the visions of the legislative and executive branches, and highlighted food security issues, where speakers discussed the most important ways to achieve food security for Bahrain and the Gulf Arab States.
Derasat announced that its fourth annual Derasat Forum for this year is titled, “Food Security Fulfilment Strategies: Challenges and Opportunities”, will be held from 21 to 23 June 2021 by videoconference.
In line with Kuwait’s imminent national day celebrations and its thirtieth liberation anniversary, Derasat published a book titled, “An Epic of Sacrifice in a Brothers’ Ordeal: The Role of the Kingdom of Bahrain Toward the Events of Kuwait’s Invasion and Liberation (August 1990 – February 1991)".
Derasat achieved an advanced placement on the 2020 Global Go-To Think Tank Index, among more than 6500 organizations ranked annually by the University of Pennsylvania’s Think-Tank and Civil Societies Program.
The third "Derasat" forum concludes today with a set of recommendations. held under the theme "The Role of Think Tanks in Supporting National Efforts: Combatting the Repercussions of the Corona Virus Pandemic".