DIFI

AcronymDefinition
DIFIDianne Feinstein (California senator)
DIFIDirect Insurance Financial Investments (Israel)
DIFIDivine Films
DIFIDigital Fidelity
DIFIDirektoratet for Forvaltning Og Ikt (Norwegian: Agency for Public Management and eGovernment)
DIFIDiplôme des Iles Françaises Intérieures (French: Diploma of Interior French Islands)
DIFIDansk Institut for Immaterialretsuddannelse (Danish: Danish Institute for Intellectual Property Rights)
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DIFI is a global policy and advocacy institute working to advance knowledge on Arab families through research and promote evidence-based polices at a national, regional, and international level.
DIFI is a member of the Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development (QF).
In her comments on the report, Noor AlMalki Al-Jehani, Executive Director of DIFI, said: "By conducting this study, DIFI aimed to contribute to the knowledge base on Arab refugees, which despite representing 58 percent of the world's refugees, are an often ignored and understudied segment of the population.
DIFI, a member of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development (QF), was founded in 2006 to support family, parental and child rights and dignity, with the mission of encouraging, supporting, and promoting the implementation of the Doha Declaration, and to reaffirm international commitments to strengthen the family.
DIFI is a global policy and advocacy institute working to advance knowledge on Arab families through research, and the promotion of evidence-based polices at a national, regional, and international level.
The DIFI conference seeks to promote research on the family in the Arab world and generate evidence to help develop future policies to promote the wellbeing of families," Noor Al Jehani, DIFI Executive Director, said.
DIFI is a global policy and advocacy Institute working to advance knowledge on Arab families, through research, and promote evidence-based polices at the national, regional, and international levels.
Abdallah Badahdah, Director of the Family Research Division, DIFI, and Dr.
HE Sheikha Alia al Thani, Permanent Representative of Qatar to the UN, presented DIFI with the award during the IFFD Annual Briefing held at UN Headquarters in New York.
The seminar discussed the findings of a study on Qatari Families, as part of a larger DIFI research project on Arab Family Strengths in Qatar, Jordan, and Tunisia.
Through the event, DIFI successfully brought together a broad spectrum of academics, researchers, representatives of United Nations entities, civil society organizations, and other stakeholders to explore the role, value, and feasibility of a "family perspective" towards achieving several sustainable development goals (SDGs) and targets with emphasis on the goals supporting the welfare, protection, participation, and rights of individuals.
The DIFI event shed light on the critical role of non-governmental organisations in providing the necessary support and assistance to families and their members affected by wars and conflicts.