13 novembre 2016

Slamming the Door in Syrian Faces

By Rasha Faek, Sarah Lynch. A profound change has occurred in Syrian refugee movement over the past year: It has almost completely ended. More...

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Wider Lessons From Vocational Education for Refugees

By Benjamin Plackett. The worrisome level of unemployment among the Arab world’s youth is one of the biggest challenges facing the region. The problem is magnified for Syrian refugees, whose opportunities are further limited by their inability to get work permits. More...

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Circles of Trust: New Insights Into Arab Youth

By Ursula Lindsey. Young people in the Arab world place most of their trust in their families, and very little in formal politics and public institutions. They have high—even unrealistic—expectations regarding their future. Some of the best educated and most civically minded among them are also the most eager to emigrate. More...

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Arab Universities on the Road to Virtual Reality

By Wagdy Sawahel. Arab researchers are starting to join the virtual-reality movement, recognizing its potential in training, investigative learning and data visualization. More...

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New Report Strikes an Optimistic Note on Arab Education

By Wagdy Sawahel. Most countries in the Arab world have been placed in the “very high” category in a worldwide table that ranks countries based on young people’s digital skills and their access to basic and secondary education. Predictably, the Gulf states top the Arab list. More...

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