Ibrahim Awad, the former director of the International Labor Organization’s (ILO) International Migration Program, says that there is a need to develop a global system to govern worldwide migration and prevent its negative consequences on migrants.
“Tensions between the principle of [state] sovereignty and the need for an international cooperation exist in almost all policy areas,” said Awad during the “The Governance of International Migration” panel discussion, last week.
To encourage students to start their own businesses, the student-run activity Entrepreneur Society (ES) launched Jamboree, a two- day event that allowed students to sell goods in booths in and around the Campus Center.
Booths at the campus center cost EGP 150 per day, while booths at the plaza area cost EGP 250 per day.
The 21st Cairo International Model Arab League (CIMAL) conference kicked off with a determined spirit to emphasize the need for socio-political reform, freedom of the press and maximum utilization of youth potential in the region.
Noha Mahmoud, the CIMAL graduate advisor, gave an opening speech explaining the year’s slogan - “Their Thrones, Our Nation” - and linked most of the Arab World problems to shortcomings in leadership.