Syrian students who seek advanced degrees have difficulty applying to overseas programs. Inside the country, they question the quality of their education.
A survey of Syrian students seeking advanced degrees found that many have broad personal and civic ambitions. But they face many obstacles.
Participants in a Beirut workshop developed recommendations to improve the access of youth inside Syria to quality higher education.
A symposium at the British museum explored how Arab artists are coping as the room they have for expressing themselves dwindles.
“City of Thorns,” a book about the refugee camp Dadaab, in Kenya, portrays conditions that mirror those in Arab refugee settlements.
Two educational programs in the countryside north of Beirut for Syrian children show how ingenuity can create educational access for children.
A Cape Town conference generates a different form of introspection for education leaders.
A journalist’s “do’s and don’ts” for improving an institution’s communications.
The editor of Al-Fanar Media recalls an interview with the one of the most internationally famous Egyptians of his age.
Some Syrians show a determination to turn the “lost generation” of Syrian youth into a found generation.