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Mar 08, 2016 / 0 Comments
For the past five years, the sea – a small three letter word– has delivered more than its share of pain to Syrians. But two Syrian women, ‘Om...
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This blog was produced in collaboration with Raseef22 and World Bank MENA blog.   Jordan is at the bottom of the list when it comes to women’s...
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Mar 01, 2016 / 0 Comments
There is a horrible old saying in some Arab countries: Women belong to their homes and husbands only. They shouldn’t be educated, work, or have an...
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Currently, climate change is no longer the subject of debate. In objective terms, although the North bears responsibility, the Southern countries are...
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If you look inside the bag of any refugee on a life-threatening boat trip to Europe, you see a few possessions that vary from one refugee to another...
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For the last six weeks or so I have been more or less full time engaged in thinking about how we can generate employment opportunities for Syrians in...
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Like other vulnerable people, refugees are likely to encounter legal problems. These problems are often linked directly to their displacement, but...
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Concentrated Solar Power is the greatest energy technology you have probably never heard of.  While it may not be as widely known as other renewable...
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Measuring the impact of war on Syria is an ongoing challenge as the conflict continues to devastate the lives of people and their communities....
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It is beyond doubt that rankings have become a significant part of the tertiary education landscape, both globally and locally.   In this landscape,...

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