Insights From the World’s Largest Refugee Camp
“City of Thorns,” a book about the refugee camp Dadaab, in Kenya, portrays conditions that mirror those in Arab refugee settlements.
A slight twist on an old saying can help those discouraged by the situation in the Arab world, says an Al-Fanar Media editor.
Thomas Jefferson Scholarships to U.S. colleges increase the employment rate and volunteerism rate among participating Tunisian students.
Evidence supports repurposing household wastewater for agricultural use, but not everyone likes the idea.
Egyptian scientists are trying to produce biofuel for aircrafts that would reduce the carbon dioxide they produce and lower the country’s pollution burden.
In the wake of the Turkish president’s referendum victory last month, the government is arresting and deporting Arab students.
American-style democracies won’t emerge in the Middle East, a political scientist says. In a new book, he predicts shared power agreements among communities, or “communitocracies.”
The plan would cut government printing costs, but families would need expensive electronic reading devices and possibly Internet access.
In the wake of Coptic church bombings, educators are reflecting on what role universities, including Al-Azhar, the beacon of Sunni Islam, might have in teaching tolerance—or intolerance.
- Periodic evaluation of the state of #academic_freedom is necessary to promote & protect #freedom_of_expression. https://t.co/FgDn8u0axx
- In #Yemen, nearly 2 million of the country’s 7.3 million school-aged children have no access to #education. https://t.co/u4lSJlLDnB
- “City of Thorns: 9 Lives in the World’s Largest Refugee Camp”,a highly accurate depiction of life in a refugee camp. https://t.co/2qigatlPyc