On September 10 2001 my wife and I arrived in New York as I was to receive the Candlelight award from then-UN-Secretary-General Kofi Annan. That night we had a very inspiring conversation...
Dubai has announced plans to build the world’s largest concentrated solar power (CSP) facility by 2030 as part of a wider push towards renewable energy.
A bold and innovative approach could help to address the problem of inadequate access to high-quality schooling in the Arab world.
It’s not just in war-torn Syria and Yemen where youth are neglected; shortcomings abound in relatively stable countries such as Egypt and Jordan.
Mohamed A. El-Erian thinks that the Kingdom's new Vision 2030 agenda could be an inspiration for other countries.
Citizens in the Middle East need access to financial services in order to unlock innovation.
The falling price of oil is beginning to have a real impact on the energy-fueled economies of the Gulf.
The Middle East and North Africa region needs to find a way to ensure a reliable electricity supply. Could this be a solution?
Low oil prices could provide the incentive for economic diversification in the Gulf States, argues Nasser Saidi.
Gordon Brown proposes a way to help refugees take advantage of opportunities for higher education.
In places like Dubai, where real estate accounts for 20% of GDP (compared to an average of 7% in most other countries), governments need to reconsider regulation of the real estate sector...
Syrian students in Lebanese public schools represent nearly half of the total number of pupils, according to UNHCR data.
By providing education and training, Yasmina Filali is helping to integrate some of society's most vulnerable people.
One in three Syrian children have been born since the conflict began five years ago, according to UNICEF.
Coordination between the private sector and the government of Afghanistan is urgently needed, writes Fahim Hashimy.