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Welcome to the Al Qasimi Foundation Podcast Channel!

Below are episodes that comprise our various podcast series: Policy & Practice, Majlis, and Speeches & Symposium. Visit our SoundCloud for additional playlists sorted thematically by our priority areas: education, arts and culture, health, and urban planning.

  • Renewable Energy Potential in Ras Al Khaimah: Biofuels from Mangrove Microorganisms

    Majlis Series
    Maxime Merheb
    October 29, 2017

    Mangrove forests, which stretch along the UAE coast, are a unique ecosystem that is home to diverse microorganisms that have the potential to produce biofuel. This presentation will discuss renewable energy in the UAE.

  • The UAE’s Performance on PISA: Gender Differences in Comparative Perspective

    Majlis Series
    Elizabeth Buckner
    May 21, 2017

    This policy majlis examined the UAE’s performance on PISA in relation to other countrie and focused on understanding gender gaps in performance on the 2015 PISA, and compared Emiratis to other Arab students.

  • Business Influences On Teachers’ Work In The UAE

    Majlis Series
    Emily Winchip
    April 24, 2017

    While the private schools across the UAE are highly diverse in curriculum offerings and student populations, they are commonly run as for-profit businesses. This makes the UAE a fertile ground for investigating the ways that the principles of business are embedded in schools, public and private.

  • Arts Education And Community Engagement In Ras Al Khaimah

    Majlis Series
    Beth Derderian
    March 05, 2017

    What value do arts and cultural initiatives bring, and how can they improve the lives of Ras Al Khaimah residents? How does arts education enrich the lives of the UAE’s children?

  • Streamlining & Modernizing Medical Workforce Governance

    Majlis Series
    Professor Stephanie Short
    November 21, 2016

    Medical workforce governance in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a significant and timely topic given its status as a federated nation with a population of over 9 million people (about 80% of whom are expatriates). Issues of international health professional recruitment, retention, and integration require attention, as the majority of doctors and other healthcare professionals in the UAE are internationally trained graduates.