Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Mahmoud El-Metini, President of Ain Shams University, and Prof. Dr. Abdel Fattah Saoud, Vice President for Education and Student Affairs, and Prof. Dr. Mamdouh Eldamaty, Dean of the Faculty of Archeology, and the supervision of Prof. Dr. Hossam Tantawi, Vice Dean for Education and Student Affairs, and the implementation of Mr. Tamer Tharwat Al-Assal, Director of Student Welfare Department, and the organization of the College Students’ Union. The College of Archeology held a public lecture for students entitled “Youth of the New Republic from Antiquities to Investment,” in which Dr. Mohamed Abdel Moneim Nada, Professor of Crisis Prevention at the American University in Cairo.
Prof. Dr. Hossam Tantawi, Vice Dean for Education and Student Affairs, said that this lecture comes within the framework of what the Faculty of Archeology is witnessing in the development and implementation of training programs that include lectures and workshops, including this lecture, which aims to educate students and increase their awareness of public issues, and to ensure their integration as active members in building the new republic. And the link between the activities of the tenth Ain Shams University conference, entitled "The University as an anchor of development... Towards the New Republic", and the measures taken by the Egyptian state and its efforts to build the new republic.
Before the lecture began, His Excellency Dr. Muhammad Nada to the audience and presented a brief summary of his biography and the most important practical stations in his life and work as a consultant for training, development and humankind, and as a visiting professor at Nasser Military Academy and Police Academy.
Dr. started. Muhammad Nada lectured with a statement that the new republic does not mean the new administrative capital; But it means building people and stones through a new state in which the citizen enjoys a decent, safe and healthy life, and in which the state bears its responsibility in confronting fourth and fifth generation wars, and combating extremism and terrorism.
Holding strategic alliances based on common interests, attracting local, Arab and international investments, paying attention to the youth because they are half of the present and all the future and its leaders, and the nation’s hope for advancement and development, and linking the political will with the ambitious personal will to chart a better future and reality worthy of the youth of this country through work and patience to achieve Comprehensive development in all areas of El-Mahrousa, maximizing the role of Egyptian women, and shifting from consumption to production.