With the chances low for real change in educational policies in the region, the author believes informal initiatives may make an important difference.
A set of global principles that seek to safeguard universities and help them recover from conflict could benefit the Arab region, the authors argue.
On the “Mosul Eye” blog, someone living in the Iraqi city under Islamic State control describes the conditions for residents.
Since the fall of Mosul, Iraq, the unidentified writer behind a respected blog has been shedding light on life under Islamic State rule.
An Iraqi scholar says that tolerance and minority rights are an essential part of keeping societies strong.
Iraqi medical schools suffer from a shortage of qualified professors, a lack of cadavers, and a focus on theory instead of practice.
Many Arab countries do not have what is known as “food security,” but the research and teaching on the topic is just getting started.
A new report finds a high proportion of Arab children and adolescents are either not in school or at risk of dropping out.
Findings from a region-wide survey reveal the hopes and concerns of university-age adults.
Teams from eight Arab universities met in Doha to compete in a regional contest.