Tuesday 26 May 2015
Arab youth

Arab youth unsure if democracy could work in region

Confidence among Arab youth that the Arab Spring would bring positive change across the region is declining and as a result they are uncertain whether democracy could ever work in the Middle East, a report said. Thirty-nine per ce


Bahrain set for green drive at UN summit

Bahrain is set to call for greater cuts in greenhouse gases as it takes part in a major United Nations Conference on Climate Change next week. The Arab Youth Climate Movement (AYCM) Bahrain chapter wants stricter guidelines to be


Rising costs, jobs top Arab youth priority list

The top three concerns of the Arab youth are rising cost of living, shortage of affordable housing and unemployment, revealed a new survey conducted across the Gulf countries, Egypt, Lebanon and Jordan. The most important priority for


Maktoum Foundation, Silatech join forces

Dubai-based  Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation has signed a memorandum of understanding with Qatar's ‘Silatech’ Initiative for Youth Employment, to co-ordinate efforts for overcoming the unemployment challenges in the Arab world.

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