Young Adipec, the annual youth outreach initiative by the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (Adipec), has announced it is partnering with the Abu Dhabi Education Council (Adec) as part of government efforts to cultiva
Young Adipec, an annual initiative by the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (Adipec) aimed at high school students, expects an increase of 26 per cent in participation this year.
The initiative, which aims to c
Ras Al Khaimah is set to host the first Young Global Leaders Debate on Spetember 26.
The event, which is being organised by Leaders Middle East, in association with Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority
Twelve-year-old Anna Graham won this year’s annual BSME Young Musicians of the Gulf competition last night (January 28). The pianist from the British School of Al Khubairat, Abu Dhabi, beat five musicians in the grand finale which was he
More than 1,000 videogame enthusiasts unleashed their skills as some of the most anticipated unreleased games were showcased at a major convention. The Bahrain Gaming Experience 2016 opened yesterday (January 14) at the Bahrain International E
Obesity is rising alarmingly among Bahrain’s young generation. According to recent field studies, 16.3 per cent of children and teenagers are overweight, while 6.6 per cent suffer from obesity, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (G
Bahrain must invest in its young people if it is to prosper in a post-oil world, a top UN official has warned. A relatively youthful population, reflected in a large share of working-age adults, means that the country can reap the benefits of
Global Management Challenge, a leading strategy and management competition for students and professionals, has announced its 2016 UAE edition.
This is a strategic educational initiative held under the partnersh
Young middle class people who borrow to buy homes stand to lose out most from falling prices, a study published by the European Central Bank found on Friday, when tracking the impact of deflation on the burden of debt.
A network of sex peddlers has been exploiting young Bahraini girls and forcing them into prostitution, it has emerged. They target teenage girls, who have troubles in school and are victims of domestic abuse, said leading psychotherapist Dr Sh