A study explores the gap between Syrian refugee students’ educational dreams and their reality, and gets students’ views on how teachers can help.
A vocational training institute in northwestern Syria is helping people find work and rebuild lives after fleeing from homes in combat zones.
A recent symposium heard from Syrian academics in exile and other scholars about the challenges of interdisciplinary work and promoting education back home.
Syrian academics in exile need support so they will be able to help rebuild their nation, speakers say at a conference organized by Cara, the Council for At-Risk Academics.
Mona Jebril, a Cambridge scholar who lived in Gaza for 22 years, says aid cuts exacerbate political and economic threats to the territory’s health service.
David Card, a co-winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Economics, talks about some of the world’s most urgent issues: wages, immigration, and education.
Hazem Fallouh, a Syrian heart surgeon in the U.K., wins the European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery’s Innovations award.
A spill from the Yemeni tanker Safer, which has had no regular maintenance in five years, could cause mass deaths, says a scientific study.
Building the staff, supporting refugees, and improving graduates’ employment rates are priorities for Aree Abdulqader, the first female university president in Duhok.
Abdulrazak Gurnah, the Tanzanian novelist who won this year’s Nobel Prize in Literature, has Arab roots and has championed Arab causes. Still, his work is little known in Arabic.