Tag: Education

Gulf States left behind technologically

21 Apr, '0711 Comments

And the most suffering one of those is Bahrain: The United Arab Emirates led the way in adoption of information and communications technology, ranking 29th among 122 countries worldwide. Nearby Qatar was No. 36, Bahrain No. 50 and Kuwait No. 54. But data from previous reports show the Emirates fell six places in two years. […]

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Finally, a charity with a brain

5 Apr, '074 Comments

Houses of worship are important to any community. They build communities’ spirits and spirituality which makes their buildings hallowed halls, and hence, the human psyche and people’s need for immortality made their construction a sought after enterprise. This might also explain the quantity of these halls in almost all societies. In Bahrain for instance, even […]

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Shift Happens

3 Apr, '0727 Comments

glumbert.com – Shift Happens JJ sent me this video this morning (thanks!) which is a must see. It puts things in stark perspective. After watching this, would you like to discuss the educational rut we are in in not only Bahrain but the whole Middle East? I have maintained that if we do not embrace […]

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BYSHR’s Electronic Journalism Freedom and the Role of Blogs in Supporting Human Rights Workshop

BYSHR’s Electronic Journalism Freedom and the Role of Blogs in Supporting Human Rights Workshop

2 Mar, '075 Comments

Mohammed Al-Maskati and myself participated in the Bahrain Youth Society for Human Rights’ Electronic Journalism Freedom and the Role of Blogs in Supporting Human Rights Workshop last night at the Bahrain Human Rights Society’s premises in Adliya. The inaugural session was presented by the Al-Wasat columnist Mohammed Al-Othman in which he discussed the ethics of […]

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The importance of education

12 Feb, '0719 Comments

I think almost everyone will agree with me that education is important, and the higher you get in the echelons of education, the higher standing you might expect in your job and career. This is quite naturally accepted worldwide, and that is why education is the highest priority for parents when preparing their children for […]

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