Formula one law makers are to introduce a minimum age for drivers starting from the 2016 season. The rule change comes just over three months after
Qatari sports officials were once again cheering and celebrating after Doha was awarded the hosting rights for the 2019 World Athletic’s
‘Incomplete’ and ‘erroneous’ are two of the milder criticisms of FIFA’s summary of the report on corruption concerning World Cup bids. That these are
Thinking outside the educational norms provided the theme at this year’s World Innovation Summit for Education in Doha.
Over three days 84
Creativity is the hot topic at this year’s World Innovation Summit for Education in Doha, as people from that world consider how learning can be more
Anne Cotton, a pioneer in women’s education in Africa has won this year’s WISE Prize.
The British educator set up the Campaign for Female
Putting creativity at the heart of education is the main theme of this year’s World Innovation Summit taking place in Qatar until November 6.
Every year the World Innovation Summit for Education, which takes place in Doha, Qatar, brings together more than 1,600 specialists, decision makers
Global corruption watchdog Transparency International (TI) has joined calls urging FIFA to publish a probe into alleged bribery.
Organisers of the Qatar 2022 World Cup have moved to better protect migrant workers after nearly 200 Nepalese reportedly died working on construction
Zahir Belounis, the French soccer player who claimed he had been prevented from leaving Qatar, has received his exit visa and will arrive in Paris on
French footballer Zahir Belounis, who is trapped in Qatar after a pay dispute with his club, has written an open letter to former La Liga greats
A French footballer locked in a pay dispute with his former club in Qatar has spoken of his desperation over its refusal to grant him an exit visa
Does more progress in technology mean the end of teachers and how important is it to teach science and technology ? These are the two main debates at
Can we have education without teachers? How can we do more with less? Those are some of many educational questions being debated here in Doha at the
Are you a born leader? Or can you learn how to become one? If so, how? What are the qualities of a true leader? Let’s explore a number of initiatives
The new Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Than, who has just succeeded his father, formed a new government on Wednesday.
Sheikh Hamad seemed
Education and developing human capacities lie at the heart of some Gulf countries plans for sustainable, knowledge-oriented economies. But in real
Not yet, Qatar Holding, the Emirate’s sovereign wealth fund, has decided to cash in 379 million unit warrants (debt convertible to stocks) in
Improving education goes hand in hand with innovative new ideas.
That was the challenge for delegates attending the Qatar Foundation’s World
For the past three years, the WISE summit in Doha grants awards to six innovative educational projects from all over the world.
Amongst this year’s
Madhav Chavan has won the 2012 Wise Prize for education. The Indian social activist collected a medal and a cheque for half a million dollars. He is
The annual WISE education summit in Doha, Qatar has reiterated its commitment to providing education for the estimated 61 million children across the
More than a thousand education decision-makers will attend the WISE World Innovation Summit for Education in Doha between the 13th-15h November. The
Horizontal information exchange – teachers sharing methodology, students sharing information, students helping each other learn – is a way of passing