Since AUD participated and bid for the HPAIR to be held here in Dubai, what do you believe is the takeaway from a conference like this?
HPAIR, through its high caliber intellectual agenda, propensity to turn thought into action, cultural diversity and activities multi-dimensional in nature, is one such extraordinary experience.
Me and my team, we felt that it was time that HPAIR itself identify Middle East as part of Asia.
We are particularly delighted to be part of HPAIR 2013 since it is being held in a region where a sizeable youth population is redefining growth strategies.
In its 22nd year, HPAIR
is Harvard's largest student-run conference held annually in Asia, said the statement.
After receiving six incredibly competitive bids, HPAIR selected The American University in Dubai as its partner for the conference in 2013.
HPAIR is an interpretation of one of AUD's visions in making a difference while bringing people from across nations to work together, exchange ideas and contribute towards a significant progress in global issues.