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Jul 29, 2019 / Report/Study
This working paper was commissioned by the CMI and produced by the following MedYWat Members:     Kholoud Al Ajarma, MedYWat Member, Palestine Ghadeer Arafeh, MedYWat Member, Palestine Faisal Aziz, MedYWat Member, Morocco Lamiss Qdemat, MedYWat Member, Palestine   Under the... more
Jul 29, 2019 / Report/Study
This working paper was commissioned by the CMI and produced by the following MedYWat Members:     Fatine Ezbakhe, MedYWat Member, Morocco Jamal Mabrouki, MedYWat Member, Morocco Annas Tallou, MedYWat Member, Morocco   Under the mentorship of :  Anders Jagerskog, Senior... more
Jul 23, 2019 / Report/Study
This working paper was commissioned by the CMI and produced by the following MedYWat Members:     Hussam Hussein, MedYWat Coordinator, Jordan/Italy Alberto Natta, MedYWat Member, Italy Abed Al Kareem Yehya, MedYWat Member, Lebanon Baha Hamadna, MedYWat... more
Jun 20, 2019 / Blog
The CMI paired young researchers with senior experts to produce joint papers on water and migration. Through this experience, the young researchers had the chance to work closely with some of the most knowledgeable water experts from around the Mediterranean region and beyond.   “REWARDING”  ... more
Feb 05, 2019 / Video
Nov 20, 2018 / Blog
The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Region needs to reinvent its economic model to meet the aspirations of its people. It needs a new vision – one that’s built around a shift towards a promising future, while being cognizant of the fundamental challenges of today. In recent years, the region... more
Nov 19, 2018 / Report/Study
Through this Policy Brief, UNESCO seeks to show, through evidence-based research, that PVE-E works and can contribute to ensuring inclusive and quality education for all. The document also highlights educational activities that are most likely to produce positive results. The aim is to help... more
Nov 07, 2018 / Video
Countries in the Middle East and North Africa possess all the ingredients they need to leapfrog into the digital future. Their well-educated youth have already adopted new digital and mobile technologies, but, this is still in its infancy. Seizing the opportunities that the digital economy offers... more
Oct 29, 2018 / Blog
In 2017, the U.N. refugee agency, UNHCR, estimated that globally 68.5 million people had been forcefully displaced—the worst such crisis since World War II. Of these, 40 million were internally displaced peoples (IDPs), 25.4 million were refugees, and 3.1 million were asylum seekers. Over half were... more
Aug 30, 2018 / Report/Study
This paper  by the United Nation Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization addresses violent and exclusionary forms of nationalism through the prism of Global Citizenship Education. 

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