World Economic Forum
E Magazine Issue 11 February 2020

Our House Is On Fire!

wedish teenager and now the quintessential global face of the urgent call for climate action, Greta Thunberg, addressed the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting.

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PM Announces Skills Development Programme, In Collab With WEF

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday announced the formation of National Accelerator on Closing the Skills Gap in Pakistan, in collaboration with the World.

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Workplace Order For Youngsters In Developing Countries Needs Improvement

Almost 20 percent of youngsters, aged 15 and 25, from developing countries or emerging markets were neither studying nor working, per an article published.

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Bibliotherapy: Using Reading And Writing To Mend Broken Lives

The healing effect of books has been recognized by academicians and researchers and has undergone a resurgence, leading to the proliferation of the art.

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Italian Students Moving In With Elderly To Fight Expenses… And Loneliness

Young out-of-city Italian students are moving in with old-aged people in order to save money in exchange for some light domestic wok, an initiative.

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Fund’s Efforts Focused Most On Pakistan: Nobel Laureate Malala

Pakistani Nobel laureate and noted girls’ education activist Malala Yousafzai has said that her fund was striving hard to improve girls’ access to education.

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Human Capital: Why Pakistan’s ‘Prized’ Youth Bulge isn’t Helping Much?

Pakistan was placed 125th out of 130 countries studied by the World Economic Forum for its Global Human Capital Development Report 2017. Let that.

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