General Women’s Union includes six women associations and their several branches in the various areas of the State. These societies are communicating with each other to designate the broad lines of women activity in the State, within the essential policy of the General Women’s Union.
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The Dubai Caledonian Society was founded more than 30 years ago with the goals of preserving and promoting the unique and exciting culture that Scotland and the Scots bring to every country they visit and live in.
The main aims of the Dubai Caledonian Society are to bring to Dubai and the UAE a taste of Scotland, to encourage multi national ties in both business and social arenas and to raise funds for charities both in Scotland, the UAE and elsewhere.
The Society welcomes everyone of Scots descent as well as those who have a strong interest in, or close connection with Scotland.
Union Co-operative Society is a chain of Hypermarkets having 7 outlets in major residential areas in Dubai such as Towar, Jumairah, Rashidiya, Satwa, Al Mankhool, Hamriya and Al Aweer. Out of the seven Jumairah, Towar & Karama branches of Union Co-Operative Society are open 24-hours for the convenience of customers. UCS will be opening Al Barsha Mall & Al Ithihad Mall soon.
The Arab Orthodontic Society is no exception. Although its conception was somewhat unusual, it eventually came to light in the year 1993 as the “Arab Orthodontic Society”. The highlight of achievements of a small group of Jordanian Orthodontists was the convening of the First Arab and Jordanian Orthodontic Congress in Amman on 29th of April, 1993. At that meeting, which hosted a large number of orthodontists from more than 10 Arab countries, the proposal of establishing the Arab Orthodontic Society (AOS) was unanimously adopted and approved by the Arab delegates. The Bylaws of the Society were approved during the third Arab Orthodontic Congress in Damascus, Syria, on 28th of October, 1997. As its name implies, the main aim of AOS is to promote co-operation between Arab colleagues and encourage continued education programs through regional and international orthodontic meetings and seminars.
The American Women’s Association of Dubai (AWA) is a nonprofit organization that seeks to provide support for women who are citizens or legal residents of the United States or who are spouses of U. S. citizens by sponsoring informational programs, arranging social functions, providing common interest groups, and promoting charitable activities for our members. To these ends, we offer a selection of activities and opportunities to get involved:
UAE Society of Engineers was formally organized on April 03, 1979 by the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs – Ministerial Decree No. 33 1979 tofacilitate the increasing demands in professional expertise and accreditation of the engineers in the UAE. The society is a semi- government sector and a non profit organization who strives to provide great services to its 23,000 members.
Welcome to the International Desalination Association, the leading global organization dedicated to desalination, desalination technology and water reuse. The hub of expertise, news and information, and professional development for the worldwide desalination industry, IDA serves more than 2,400 core members from 60 countries and reaches an additional 4,000 members from its worldwide network of Affiliate organizations.
Friends of Cancer Patients Society (FOCP) is a charitable, volunteer-based foundation operating as a specialized entity under the umbrella of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs in Sharjah.
FOCP was established during 1999 in accordance with the directives and under the patronage of Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher Bint Mohammed AI-Qasimi, President of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs, and wife of the Ruler of Sharjah & Federal Supreme Council Member His Royal Highness Dr. Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al-Qasimi.
All corporations involved in marketing communications need a pro-active partner and advocate for freedom of commercial speech.
The IAA is a one-of-a-kind strategic partnership which champions the interests of all the disciplines across the spectrum of marketing communications – from advertisers to media companies, agencies to marketing companies and agencies – as well as individual practitioners.
Dubai Computer Group (DCG) was founded in August 2007 to represent the interests of the computer Industry in the city of Dubai. Today It has grown to represent over 200 IT companies comprising of IT Distributors, Resellers, System Integrators, Software & Networking Companies. DCG is run by an elected Board of Directors & has a fully equipped office with an Executive Secretary running the daily affairs of the association. DCG aims to bridge the gap between hardware & software manufacturers and dealers, uniting them, helping forge new trade alliances forming an invaluable network in the industry. In an area where information is at premium, DCG is helping provide access to all information regarding computers, peripherals, spares, software, and service & skill up-gradation.
The Society was originally formed in the 1970s. Dubai was then a much smaller community and a large part of expatriate life involved groups getting together and making their own entertainment. The annual St George’s Ball quickly became a highlight of the social calendar and the Society also held numerous events throughout the rest of the year.
The Dubai Irish Society was established in 1974 and is one of the earliest established ex pat societies in Dubai. The focus of the Dubai Irish Society is to promote and support Irish Culture and the Irish Community in Dubai. Since its inception The Dubai Irish Society provides social, sporting and cultural events relevant to Irish people living in Dubai.
The Asia Information Retrieval Societies Conference (AIRS) aims to bring together researchers and developers to exchange new ideas and latest achievements in the field of information retrieval (IR). The scope of the conference covers applications, systems, technologies and theory aspects of information retrieval in text, audio, image, video, and multimedia data. The AIRS 2011 welcomes submissions of original papers in the broad field of information retrieval.
The Pan Arab Continence Society (PACS) is a specialized society that has been founded in 2004 to promote the educational and awareness programs of urinary incontinence and pelvic floor dysfunction for both the physicians and the patients.
The PACS is working in accordance to the International Continence Society (ICS) guidelines and will be in continuous contact with the ICS to extend the service of education and awareness to the Middle East region and the Arab countries.
We provide practical support, information and advice for firms working abroad, or solicitors exploring opportunities overseas, and lobby on key issues affecting solicitors’ interests.
In November 2007 we launched the International Division, a voluntary membership arm of the Law Society. It is dedicated to providing a service tailored to law firms, solicitors and foreign lawyers seeking to develop their international business and build global relationships and profile.