A debate during the Middle East Thought Leadership Forum, in London, heard opinions on both sides of the issue. Those in favour were in the majority.
Women’s participation in the Saudi workforce has reached 36 percent, surpassing the 30-percent goal set for 2030, the ambassador told a London forum.
Salah Khalil, a London-based Egyptian businessman and philanthropist, cites a mismatch between Arab wealth and Arab giving.
King Abdulaziz University’s achievement shows that universities can help meet the sustainable-development goals, education thought leaders are told.
Arab countries must invest more in the digital economy, the head of the Association of Arab Universities told a London conference.
Jamie Saavedra, the World Bank’s global director for education, and other speakers at a forum in London discussed the setbacks to learning caused by Covid-19.
The success of some countries’ policies to improve school access and performance shows that education equity can be achieved, a global forum is told.
A new book by American academic Andrew Simon documents the explosive effect of the arrival of the audiocassette on Egyptian society in the 1970s and ’80s.