۲۸ تیر ۱۴۰۳ |۱۱ محرم ۱۴۴۶ | Jul 18, 2024
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During the visit of the representative of Al-Mustafa International University in Pakistan to the Research Institute of Women and Family, the establishment and development of scientific and specialized interactions in the field of women and family with the religious and cultural centers of Pakistan was emphasized.

Hawzah News Agency- Hujjat al-Islam Mohsen Dadseresht Tehrani, the representative of Al-Mustafa University in Pakistan, had a meeting with the head of the Women and Family Research Institute, during which he emphasized the utilization of capacities and the establishment and development of scientific and specialized interactions in the field of women and family with the religious and cultural centers of Pakistan and called for cooperation of specialized research institute for women and family with women seminaries and religious centers of Pakistan.

He added,” In the field of women's studies, training of specialized courses and skills and knowledge enhancement, expert meetings and conferences, and exploitation of works and contents centered on women and family, there is a readiness to cooperate with the Women and Family Research Institute.”

Hujjat al-Islam Sabinejad, the head of the Women and Family Research Institute, while announcing the readiness of scientific and specialized cooperation of this research institute, said,” The first step is to know the audience in Pakistan, and this is something that must be realized first.”

The head of the Women and Family Research Institute stated,” We are ready to cooperate with the religious and academic centers of Pakistan in the mentioned areas in a specialized and scientific manner.”

In this meeting, Hujjat al-Islam Amirkhani, the director of Asia and the Pacific of the International Vice-Chancellor of Seminaries, discussed the utilization of the capacities of seminary scientific and specialized centers, especially in the field of education and research in Qom Seminary, and the interaction of these centers with seminary and university centers in other countries, especially the subcontinental region of India.

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