The aim of the Dod el-Fasad campaign “is to create an anti-corruption movement with youth at its head,” a university official said.
After five years of unpaid work, university professors in Yemen’s rebel-held north threaten to go on strike.
The documentary, by three female students, was inspired by an Instagram campaign last year that encouraged women to speak out about harassment.
Public university professors are electing independent unions to replace the former government-appointed ones. But some are unhappy that the bodies depend on government funding.
Efforts to remove the last traces of Saddam Hussein’s chemical weapons are cut short, but the reasons are unclear.
The death of her 17-year-old cousin heightens a journalist’s fears for her daughter’s future in Palestine under Israeli occupation.
Decades of Israeli attacks on facilities and control over curricula have undermined access to education for all Palestinians, speakers at a recent webinar said.
With his death in March, the Arab region lost a leading advocate for citizenship, political rights, gender equality and justice.
The group, launched by professors two years ago, lobbies governments and fellow academics to defend their homeland’s cause abroad.
An Egyptian artist and critic reviews prominent Palestinian art that focuses on Al-Aqsa Mosque as a national emblem and center of the Arab-Israeli struggle.