In the bustling streets of Egypt, where history echoes through ancient monuments, a new generation is emerging, eager to shape the future of their nation. Yet, the path to active civic engagement for many young Egyptians is strewn with barriers that hinder their participation in the democratic processes that underpin society.
In the bustling streets and neighborhoods of Egypt, a digital divide silently echoes through the lives of the youth. As technology becomes increasingly intertwined with education and economic opportunities, the disparities in access to digital tools and the internet pose significant challenges for many young Egyptians.
Cultural and religious norms, deeply rooted in the tapestry of Egyptian society, play a profound role in influencing the perceptions and choices of the youth.
In the vibrant tapestry of Egypt’s youth, a persistent challenge weaves its way through the dreams and aspirations of young women – gender disparities. While progress has been made, societal norms and structural barriers continue to cast shadows on the opportunities available to these promising individuals.
In Egypt, mental health challenges among the youth are prevalent, with statistics revealing a substantial need for attention and reform. According to a survey conducted by the Egyptian Ministry of Health, nearly 25% of young people aged 18 to 29 reported experiencing symptoms of anxiety or depression.
High unemployment and limited opportunities for economic mobility are the biggest challenges for the Egyptian youth, which is among the largest globally with nearly 2/3 of the country’s population under the age of 30.
Media misinformation and disinformation is a major worldwide problem, as media plays a big role everyday in our lives. Everyone uses media for different purposes. In today’s society, it’s hard to tell what’s true and what’s fake!, and we have seen more and more people fall victim to media – induced confusion, believing all kinds of fake stories which leads to unnecessary drama.
Egypt has a young and growing population, with 63.4% of its population under the age of 30. This demographic shift has created significant challenges, including high unemployment rates and limited opportunities for economic mobility.
The media plays a very big role in the modern world that we are living in. Everything became so fast since the innovation of the Internet and mobile phones. But what about the effect of the social media and comparing the modern world that everyone is connected to the world and the past when we didn’t have Internet or mobile phones? Would our lives be better or worse if we didn’t have all these kinds of media technology?
Each of us will likely face many challenges throughout our professional life. Each step in a career path can bring new expectations and obstacles to overcome. Preparing for these challenges, and learning tips and strategies to overcome them can help you be successful. In this article, we discuss a few of the most common employment challenges and tips you can utilize to overcome them.
Challenges facing the public education system indicate that the youth unemployment crisis in Egypt is not due solely to a lack of job opportunities; there is a gap between what students learn in schools and the skills required for the workplace
As part of the “Transcontinental MEDIActive Youth: Africa on Board” project coordinated by CDER, a special website dedicated to media literacy and media activism of young people was created: https://mediactiveyouth.org The overall project objective is to build the capacity of youth organizations, youth workers and young people, and to develop new educational online resources in… Continue reading MediActive Youth Project website created