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Nov 16, 2015 / 0 Comments
Twin suicide bombers in Beirut were followed the very next day by the coordinated attacks in Paris. These were preceded by news reports that “more...
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The ‘social contract’ is an idea that dates back to the ancient Greeks, and refers to the implicit agreement among members of a society that defines...
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Roughly half of the World’s 60 million plus displaced people - 19 million refugees and 41 million internally displaced people (IDPs) - are female....
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Oct 06, 2015 / 0 Comments
As world leaders come together at the UN General Assembly to adopt new sustainable development goals, climate change activists gear up for Climate...
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Despite their geographical and cultural proximity, Europe and Southern and Eastern Mediterranean Countries (SEMC) have still not developed a real...
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115 City Leaders, Practitioners and National Officials from Jordan and West Bank and Gaza Participate in Intensive 5-Day Training    From May 24-28,...
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Today, the world has woken-up to the reality that some countries in the Middle East have been living through for the past three years. The unbearably...
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Unprecedented in scale and, with 16 million people already displaced and more living under the threat of displacement, the current crisis in the...
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Graduation—a long-awaited day in most students' lives. Yet, according to Amir Fakih, himself a recent graduate from Lebanon’s Notre Dame University,...
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Observers of the educational landscape in the Maghreb countries are often left with the impression that early childhood education is more a luxury...

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