A two-day international webinar titled 'Life, Hope & Persian Literature' was held online by the Department of Persian Language and Literature and the Ferdowsi Chair of Lahore College for Women University in cooperation with Iran Cultural Center in Lahore.
According to ECO Cultural Institute quoting the public relations of Islamic Culture and Relations Organization, on the first day of the webinar, Bushra Mirza, vice- chancellor of Lahore College for Women University; Hossein Salimi, rector of Allameh Tabatabai University and Faleeha Zahra Kazmi, Head of the Persian Language and Literature Department of Lahore College for Women University; Reza Morad Sahraei, deputy Saadi Foundation in Education Affairs; Mohammad Nasser, Head of Persian Language and Literature Department, Faculty of Oriental Studies, Punjab Lahore University; Bahador Bagheri from Iran; Dehshiri, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Senegal; Maryam Hosseini from Al-Zahra University as well as Professors of Persian from numerous Universities of the world such as Iran, Senegal, South Korea, Serbia, Azerbaijan and Germany also participated in the webinar.
In their remarks, the participants of the webinar "Life, Hope and Persian Literature" emphasized that Persian language and literature has a very rich treasure and great personalities in the fields of Sufism, literature, poetry, storytelling and ... and using various methods, these luminaries have delivered the message of hope to future generations and the general public.
On the second day of this international webinar, Bushra Mirza, vice- chancellor of Lahore College for Women University; and Faleeha Zahra Kazmi, Head of the Persian Language and Literature Department of Lahore College for Women University; Saleem Mazhar, Pro VC Punjab University Lahore; Muhammad Javad Dehghani, President of ISC & RICEST Iran; Iqbal Shahid, Former Dean GCU; Ayegun Alizade, Associate Professor Azerbaijan; Nasibeh Moazeni, Germany; Muhammad Safeer, COD Persian Department NUML; Ali Akbar Rezai Fard, head of Uran Cultural Centre and Representative of Saadi Foundation in Lahore; Nematollah Iranzadeh, Associate Professor ATU Iran, participated.
The international webinar concluded with screening of a video clip of the exhibition of art and calligraphy works of Persian language and literature students of Lahore College for Women University.