Youth Employability in Lebanon:The Role of Vocational Education and Training and Entrepreneurship
U-Multirank : A New Multi-Dimensional Ranking
Opening Keynote - Global Issues and Trends in Higher Education: Implications for MENA Countries
Le nouveau référentiel Européen
World Bank Report - Jobs and Human Development 2013
Transforming Arab Economies - Full Report
Synthèse: Étude sur le secteur et l'insertion professionnelle des lauréats de l'enseignement technique et de la formation professionnelle au Liban
Samer Sfeir presentation for Youth Emp seminar
Expériences internationales en formation professionnelle: bonnes pratiques et facteurs-clés de réussite
Press Release - Youth Employability in Lebanon
Regional workshop on the KE BIOS
Systématiser la Congruence entre Assurance Qualité Interne (AQI) et Assurance Qualité Externe (AQE): l’expérience algérienne
1.Consultative workshop on draft report summary
A Need for More Transparency in Higher Education
La responsabilité des universités en matière d’assurance qualité: Résultats d’une enquête de l’EUA
Meeting Report - Developing Innovation Scoreboard for the MENA
Un nouveau modèle de Développement pour le Maroc (fr)
Preparing and Inspiring Tomorrow’s Business Leaders
The potential for EU-MENA labor arbitrage The migration of MENA health workers Building effective behind the border systems Making Bilateral Labor Agreements work
EDL – intervention de clôture AFD
سوق العمل اللبناني وجهات نظر ومطالب شبابية
Agenda - Developing Innovation Scoreboard for the MENA
Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie: Projet Auto-Évaluation
Labor Market in Lebanon - Seminar Agenda - September 22 2014
AUB Internal Quality Assurance Journey
AFD and the European Union in support to Youth employment in Lebanon
Nov 04, 2014 / Highlight
More than 20 percent of youth in Lebanon is unemployed, and more than 40 percent of educated young people leave the country within five years after graduation. Lebanon, like many countries in the Mediterranean, suffers a severe mismatch of skills between demands of the market place and low quality of vocational education and training....
Jordan: Strong Community Commitment … and a School Principal with Veterinarian Skills
Sep 08, 2014 / Blog entry
By Hannah Linnemann*
The blog reports our findings and discoveries from field site visits to schools in Jordan that were conducted from March 17 – March 21 as part of the World Bank Group's regional engagement on governance in social service delivery in the Middle East and North Africa Region. The team consisted of Jumana Alaref (MNSSP), Hannah ...
A Story of Working Together Against all Odds from a Public School in the Palestinian Territories
Sep 03, 2014 / Blog entry
By Jumana Al Aref*
This blog was written prior to the current conflict in Gaza and serves as a reminder of the critical importance of education, regardless of the circumstances, in building a path to a more hopeful future.
What is Mrs. Abla’s secret? How has one principal managed to mobilize teachers and parents into becoming one harmonious...
Experts’ Meeting: An Innovation Scoreboard for the MENA
Sep 03, 2014 / Highlight
The European Investment Bank (EIB) through the Centre for Mediterranean Integration (CMI), in collaboration with ISESCO and UN-ESCWA Technology Center, organized a regional experts’ meeting on the 19th and 20th November 2014 at the League of The Arab States (LAS) in Cairo, Egypt. This meeting aimed to initiate and develop an innovation...
ARABTERM: A new online technical dictionary in Arabic, English, French, and German
Sep 03, 2014 / Blog entry
By Guido Zebisch*
ARABTERM is a quadrilingual technical dictionary offering glossaries in German, English and French and especially, the translation of terms along with an illustrated definition in Arabic (www.arabterm.org). The project is jointly commissioned by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and the...