The source of income for the vast majority of older people comes from their pension pay and/or social security subsidy. At such a stage, they are at risk of abuse, especially, when they tend to depend on others for care due to aging progression, and poor health status. It is observed that the number of older people has increased than ever before.
In the increasingly globalized context of the UAE, women’s leadership development programs have become high on the agenda of government, academic and private sector organizations.
This policy brief explores how economic boom and population growth have triggered increased demand for water in the UAE, and provides several concrete policy suggestions on how to optimize water use.
The provision for students with special educational needs in schools in Dubai is in a developmental stage as it seeks to meet identification, pedagogic and access challenges.
This policy brief examines the choices that high school students have to consider when planning the next stage of their education, looks into the decision making process and the factors affecting it.
Many parents have the opinion that the education of their children is the sole responsibility of schools. Research has consistently shown that parents can also play an important role
This policy brief explores the obstacles to education reform in the MENA region, using curricular reform efforts in the UAE and Jordan as case studies.
This policy brief examines the current state of knowledge management (KM) in Dubai’s public sector.
This brief gives an overview of “shadow education,” its reach and patterns worldwide. Next, it presents the results of the recent DSG study revealing private tutoring practices among Emiratis. The brief concludes with a discussion of the consequences of private tutoring, and offers policy recommendations to address the issue.
This brief assesses the performance of Knowledge Management (KM) programs in Dubai’s public sector by identifying drivers for and barriers to KM.