The Ministry of Tolerance and Coexistence organizes competitions in a variety of technical, cognitive, and institutional fields that aim to promote the values of tolerance and coexistence through various tools and means. These competitions are open to all segments of society and seek to embody the values of tolerance and coexistence in practice
The Tolerance Gallery contest is a visual art contest for students that consists of three categories: 1-minute videos, photography, and artwork. All submissions should reflect and embody the message of tolerance. This contest provides an opportunity for students to express their ideas about tolerance through visual art and to showcase their creative skills
The Tolerance Gallery competition is open to students in two age groups: over 18 and under 18. The writing themes for the competition are Zayed and humanitarian work, and the values and ethics of tolerance in Ramadan. Poetry submissions can be in either formal or vernacular Arabic. This competition provides a platform for students to showcase their writing skills and to explore and express their thoughts on the themes of Zayed, humanitarian work, and the values of tolerance in Ramadan. It also offers an opportunity for students to learn more about these important topics and to share their perspectives with others.
Reading is a crucial gateway to gaining knowledge and understanding about a wide range of subjects. It is also an important means of promoting coexistence and harmony among members of society. By reading, we are exposed to diverse viewpoints and ways of thinking, which helps us to broaden our horizons and foster a sense of understanding and tolerance towards others. Reading also has the power to bring people together, as it provides a shared experience and common ground for discussion and dialogue. Overall, reading plays a vital role in promoting coexistence and harmony within communities.