Overview

Given that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 2030 seeks to improve and enhance the Quality of Life for all individuals living in the country, regardless of their nationalities, religion, racial background, or health status. A diverse range of programmes are being used with one of the most important is the Quality of Life Program. Indeed, people with disabilities form one of the most important target groups for this programme. In addition to the existing national systems and legislation aimed at providing care for individuals with disabilities.

Accordingly, the Unaizah Association for Development and Human Services (Ta'eel), in cooperation with both University College London (UCL) and Imperial College London, are pleased to announce the International Conference on Research into the Quality of Life of People with Disabilities under the generous patronage of the Honorary President of the Conference, His Royal Highness Prince Dr. Faisal bin Mishaal bin Saud bin Abdulaziz Al. Saud, governor of the Qassim region. This conference is the first international conference specialized in research on the Quality of Life of people with disabilities at the international and local levels, with the participation of many local, regional, and international academic researchers, partitioners and educationalists specialising in the area of Quality of Life.

Conference Vision

To be a prominent global conference that aligns with the goals of Saudi Vision 2030, promoting the transformative and sustainable results of research and studies that contribute to enhancing the Quality of Life of individuals with disabilities at the local and global levels.

Conference Objectives

  1. This conference aims to enhance Saudi Arabia’s efforts to improve people’s Quality of Life and contribute to achieving the Global Goals of Sustainable Development.
  2. Provide opportunities for both global and regional specialists and scientists to create practical scientific solutions that enhance the Quality of Life for people with disabilities.
  3. Achieve objective and clear outputs and recommendations that have a direct and indirect positive impact on the Quality of Life of individuals with disabilities.
  4. Establish scientific collaborations and multidisciplinary research initiatives that enhance the Quality of Life for individuals with disabilities.
  5. Promote scientific communication and experiences among experts, scientists, and interested stakeholders from various countries and cultures to improve the Quality of Life for individuals with disabilities.
  6. Uncover the challenges and barriers that researchers and specialists encounter in enhancing the Quality of Life for individuals with disabilities, and suggesting potential solutions.
  7. Offer suggestions for developing national and international initiatives that enhance the lives of individuals with disabilities.
  8. Conduct a thorough scientific evaluation of certain current practices and their influence on the Quality of Life of individuals with disabilities.
  9. Examine various methods or technological initiatives that could potentially improve the standard of living for individuals with disabilities.