The State Information Service stressed the importance of education as a basic human right and highlighted the problems of education in the Arab world, which hinder contact with developed countries, such as increasing student density in the classroom as the population increases and the problems of structure and the lack of curricula to develop skills based on identity, identity and sense of belonging.
She pointed out in a statement that the illiteracy rate in Arab countries is one of the highest in the world, where the number of 75 million people reaches 20% of the total population of the Arab countries, noting that this came in the new edition of Arab Horizons issued by the Commission. The study focused on the experience of the United Arab Emirates in the development of education as a model that can be used in adapting educational technology and in the use of intelligent education programs.
The study also looked at the problem of brain drain from Arab countries and the factors that impede these skills and the proposed solutions to tackle this dangerous phenomenon, which has lost great opportunities for growth, progress and leadership in the Arab world. Extremism and ways of assessing the Arab personality using educational curricula.
Zia Rashwan, head of the State Information Service, said: "The new edition of the period coincides with Arab issues and interactions in the Arab arena, including studies and research on regional interactions in the Red Sea region, This is an important geopolitical issue and discusses the most important and prominent issue in the Arab arena, which is the issue of threats to Arab national security in view of the dramatic developments and dramatic changes that have taken place in the Arab world. in the region and in the wars, competition and construction of a network of alliances between countries, regional and international to impose their influence and influence according to the theories of hegemony.
It also discusses the future of terrorism and groups of violence after threats of organizing the terrorist call have collapsed and control of many areas has collapsed and also discusses the prohibition of recruiting children under international law and the restrictions and controls imposed on the recruitment of children and their involvement in military operations. Rashwan added that the journal included many reports and follow-ups discussing the escalation of Arab emigration to Europe, European measures to address illegal immigration and the future of Arab immigrants. In a different context, the journal discusses the dimensions of Japanese policy in the East Middle and the Arab world. The crisis in Syria and relations with Iran, highlighting some of the models of fruitful relations between Japan and Japan. It also clarifies Tunisia's economic reform policy and the current changes in the balance of the global oil market. And its impact on the Arab region.
Rashwan confirmed that the Arab Horizons Journal provides an opportunity for researchers from all Arab countries to publish studies, research and reports on all political, economic, social, media, and cultural issues of the Arabs, led by Prof. Abdul Moaty Abu Zeid, head of the foreign media sector. Arab and Regional Center for Strategic Studies in Al-Ahram, edited by Sahar Abdel-Rahim, and participates in the panel of arbitration of several Arab symbols in this area, including: Dr. Ali Eddin Hilal, Dr. Safiuddin Kharbush and Ambassador Jamal Bayoumi and Dokt R. Abdel Moneim Mashat and Dr Ahmed Yousef Ahmed.
Dr. Mohamed Al-Rumahei of Kuwait, Dr. Abdul Aziz Bin Saqr of Saudi Arabia, Dr. Fuad Shehab of Bahrain and Dr. Mohammad Al Hashimi of Morocco, are delivered on paper and electronic copies, available on the And distributed free of charge. In Egypt and throughout the Arab world.
Rashwan underlined that the Commission plays an important and vital role in communicating with opinion and thought leaders in Egypt, the Arab world and countries of the world through various publications in different languages, in which researchers and experts from inside and outside of Egypt, as well as various news and topics on his site. Arabic, English, French, Spanish and Chinese in the context of supporting the Commission's media efforts for foreign policy and Egypt's guidance.