Aisha is an Egyptian journalist, based in Kuwait. She writes about women, children and education at Al-Qabas, an Arabic daily Kuwaiti electronic newspaper.
Mona Kareem, who will teach at Princeton University this fall, employs her poetic talent to highlight the issues of Kuwait’s Bedoon population.
Artists believe the shuttering of Shurooq Amin’s show by Kuwaiti authorities is the latest indicator of the country’s decline in freedom of expression.
Nuqat, an independent foundation, encourages creative thinking to solve problems in the Arab world through education and youth skills development.
Mohammad bin Salman wants universities in the Kingdom to focus on the needs of the private sector, in a break with the free-handed policy of the previous Saudi king.
The government has not said when or how it will resume an internal scholarship program it suspended two years ago.
Ibtihal Al-Khatib adopts critical thinking as a lifestyle and a teaching method to her students at Kuwait University.
Some Kuwaiti universities are now using software to detect work that is not the student’s own.
After many Arab countries broke relations with Qatar, Qataris abroad are facing the consequences and Arab students and professors in Qatar also feel threatened.
Graduate unemployment rates are rising, but some say the problem isn’t foreign labor.
Scientific research in the Arab region faces a lack of funding, but better exchange of information could help.