Friday, February 15, 2019

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Sustainable Futures

The first International Conference on Sustainable Futures (ICSF) was held to great success and gives great lessons to oil-dependent economies who are looking for...

Unemployment levels due to ‘nepotism’ and ‘lack of opportunities’, say Emiratis

A lack of previous experience and nepotism are among the reasons for high unemployment in the UAE, say Emirati job seekers.On Tuesday, members of...

Saudi: Girls’ physical education classes raise questions about suitable uniforms in...

JEDDAH: Physical education programs in schools for girls in Saudi Arabia begin next year and many questions have been raised about the mechanism of...

Thousands of Saudi women apply for workplace support programmes

More than 8,000 Saudi women have applied for support programmes designed to help women employed in the kingdom’s private sector, according to local media.During...

The first International Conference on Sustainable Futures

The Kingdom is set to host the First International Conference on Sustainable Futures (ICSF). Applied Science University (ASU) will organize the event on November 26-27,...

Top Saudi universities to participate in hackathon competition

RIYADH: A number of top universities in the Kingdom will participate in the “Hackathon” competition that gets underway on Nov. 21 in the Saudi...

Women and youth ‘will drive Saudi Arabia’s digital future”

Women and young people will lead Saudi Arabia’s drive to embrace a digital future, a leading technology entrepreneur told a forum in Riyadh on...

Manama Shapers – Interview with Lucy Wozniak

Interview  with Lucy Wozniak, Head of Learning Enrichment and Psychologist, Mns Bahrain.What inspired you to become an educational psychologist? I decided to pursue a career...

The First International Conference on Sustainable Futures

The International Conference on Sustainable Futures (ICSF) will be conducted on November 26-27, 2017 by Applied Science University (ASU) and London South Bank University...

Women take a lead in UAE’s space missions

Five years ago when engineer Amel Amin joined the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre, there was only one female engineer employed there. But, fast...
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