Showing 1 - 10 results of 15 for "Emarise"
Region needs a serious solution to tackle the ‘youth problem’
Peter Hatherley-Greene has advice for fresh high school graduates
May 29, 2017
The downside of tourism for the Tanzanian poor
On a trip to a tropical paradise, Peter Hatherley-Greene finds curious parallels to life in the UAE
March 28, 2017
Internships in UAE can bridge the gap between public and private sectors
Too few Emiratis enter the private sector after graduation. Those who do struggle to adapt to different cultural and workplace norms. A solution, writes Peter Hatherley-Greene, is for them to experience the world of work first-hand
February 9, 2017
Posing ethical dilemmas will help youth learn
Peter Hatherley-Greene writes how moral education can be achieved through stories with dilemma questions.
December 12, 2016
Is it possible to achieve proper work-life balance?
Peter Hatherley-Greene wonders how we should juggle the different aspects of our lives
December 5, 2016
How education can drive change and stay relevant
Peter Hatherley-Greene offers suggestions on how to transform the country's education system
November 21, 2016
Our youth can learn from the struggles of their grandparents
Peter Hatherley-Greene says young Emiratis should look to the characteristics that sustained previous generations
September 22, 2016
It’s time to tap the reservoir of talent that’s not in jobs right now
Peter Hatherley-Green on the huge untapped reservoir of Emirati talent that is not engaged in the workforce
August 22, 2016
Reinvention is the secret to the UAE’s great success
After years of being asked what the UAE makes, Peter Hatherley-Greene arrives at an unexpected conclusion.
August 8, 2016
The Golden Age of Islam informs the modern knowledge economy
An education model for the post-oil economy already exists, writes Peter Hatherley-Greene
July 18, 2016