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Middle East & North Africa

Includes Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Egyp in North Africa, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Palestine, Jordan, Iraq, Iran, Kuwait, Saud Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Oman and Yemen in southwest Asia

Middle East & North Africa


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Capitalism
The end of history and the predominance of capitalism and liberal democracy, resulting in the end of ideological fights, was believed to favor people's well-being. With the fall of socialism, a new system has risen, neo-liberalism, which had overthrown liberalism and conquered the world. Liberty, equality, fraternity were replaced by profit margins.
The Future is Female
Growing concern about the correlation between women and poverty in developing countries has expanded in the last decades within the field of international development. Studies to investigate the effectiveness of the ‘investing in girls and women’ narrative have shown that economic empowerment is not enough to confer women and girls a just and equitable position in society – quite the contrary. This analysis explores why economically investing in women and girls in developing countries is not an effective strategy to eradicate gender inequalities.
Skyscrapers in Dubai
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has a population of 9 million people, 9/10 of whom are foreigners. Overall, 200 nationalities make up the population of the UAE, with an overwhelming presence of Indian and Pakistani expatriates, followed by Asian, African, European, and American populations. The UAE is hence a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural society, governed by the typical laws and customs of the Muslim religion.
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