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Breeding Employees or Entrepreneurs in the Middle East & North Africa Region

Finally, after having this piece rejected twice, PITAPOLICY questions on strategies to address the employment gap are here–at least the first part: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mehrunisa-qayyum/generating-employment-opp_b_7041812.html  As usual, PITAPOLICY remains wary of trends since the same ideas get recycled with newer catchphrases or … Continue reading

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Tunisia at the Crossroads: An Interview with Rached al-Ghannouchi #Tn

As social justice discussions increase in the global village–be it the Catholic Church, among labor unions, or citizens of “Arab Spring” countries—the language cuts across politics, religion and economics.  We welcome the overlap as much as we welcome the interview … Continue reading

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