Juma Al Majid and Abdullah Bin Dalmook sings MoU to promote the culture and heritage of the UAE .

02 November, 2014


Juma Al Majid  and Abdullah Bin Dalmook sings MoU to  promote the culture and heritage of the UAE .

Preserving the UAE’s rich culture and heritage and benefiting interested researchers in the country is an ambition for both the Juma Al Majid Centre for Culture and Heritage and the Hamdan Bin Mohammad Heritage Centre.

The two centres, who joined forces yesterday and signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) which aims to safeguard and promote the culture and heritage of the UAE, set future targets they both believe will create a new platform for the exchange of knowledge and expertise. Speaking at a press conference, Juma Al Majid, chairman of the Juma Al Majid Centre for Culture and Heritage, said that the goal of creating the joint venture was to achieve the mutual goals that both centres share.

“This agreement will strengthen the research and development of the culture and heritage of the UAE. It will provide valuable assistance to researchers as well as collectors who are interested in the country’s historical background, and inspire the community to get involved in its preservation and dissemination,” said Al Majid.

He added that anyone who owns artefacts dating from previous generations, even if it is a simple piece of paper, should approach either centre in order for them to archive it.