Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Allam Ahmed

Jouranl Manager: Janet Snow

Established in 2003 as the flagship journal of WASD, the World Journal of Science, Technology & Sustainable Development (WJSTSD) is a unique global forum for academics, practitioners and policymakers from around the world to exchange concepts, research, and best practices about science and technology and to provoke forward thinking on the development of a more coherent approach to solving global problems related to sustainable development (SD). The journal aims to integrate the study of these disciplines to achieve SD and help to stimulate debate with a view to defining common, effective responses to tomorrow’s challenges. WJSTSD is Abstracted and Indexed by: Clarivate Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index, Cabells Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Economics & Finance and Management, INSPEC and ReadCube Discover.

Together We Are Safe 

Moderator: Dr. Anji Ben Hamed

Together We Are Safe is a pioneering initiative led by Students from Ahlia University Bahrain as part of their marketing and management study course and under close academic supervision of Dr. Anji Ben Hamed, Director of Ahlia Centre for Entrepreneurship. Together We Are Safe emphasises on tolerance, acceptance, love and integrity, and to cleanse all types of extremism which lead us to build a culture filled with love, peace and togetherness. Students believe that all religions accept the others regardless of their colour, gender, nationality, faith, orientation and people live with each other and accept each others religions, by cleansing all types of religious extremism.

In this Big Interview, the President of Ahlia University (AU) Professor Mansoor Alaali discuss the strategic decision made by AU senior management to continue to offer the educational services to the students through e-learning mode and implemented the decision without any delay. AU offered the first online classes to its student community as early as on the 26th of February 2020; in less than a day since the lockdown was implemented by the Government of the Kingdom of Bahrain.

Sustainability International Conference 2009
In 2009, Ahlia University hosted WASD 7th Annual International Conference in Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain under the theme “The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on the Environment, Energy and Sustainable Development“. The conference critically discussed and analysed the situation in the years following the 2008 financial crisis were marked with distrust, disorder, and mass re-regulation. Overlooked in this global crisis were the impacts the recession had left on pursuits towards sustainable development goals. Bringing together experience and research papers from across the world, the conference further investigated the greater and less evidently demonstrable impacts of the crisis.
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Training and Workshops
In collaboration with AU, WASD runs regular training workshops on the key factors that are influencing human development and capacity building in the Kingdom of Bahrain and the Gulf Region. 

Executive Leadership and Performance Improvement in the Public and Private Sectors

Global Business Environment& Entrepreneurship

The Meridian Series
In 2013, in partnership with WASD, AH organised an international seminar part of the Meridian Series entitled “Innovation and Development: Role of Human Capital”. The objective of the seminar is to highlight the importance of innovation and human capital development in the new economy. The seminar aims to stimulate creative thinking and enhance capabilities to contribute top the growth and development of the Bahraini economy. More details about the event can be found here

Partners and Media 

On behalf of WASD, and AU we would like to thank all various institutions and individuals for supporting our activities in the Kingdom of Bahrain. We are also grateful for all National and International Press and Media agencies who provided an excellent media coverage of al our various activities in the Kingdom of Bahrain.