The ‘speed-related smart signs’ are designed to respond to motorists’s speeds as they pass through school zones
We all need a bit of a pat on the back when we’ve done something right first thing in the morning – even
UAE Child Protection Law came into effect in June last year
The Child Protection Law covers abuse and criminal negligence of children and took effect in the UAE on June 15 last year.
Informally named Wadeema’s Law – in memory
At 17, self-taught Pakistani becomes youngest Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist
Sharjah: Record-setting Sharjah girl Sitara Brooj Akbar now has another feather in her cap, becoming the youngest Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) at the age of 17.
The Pakistani teen
The UAE has committed to taking in 15,000 Syrian refugees over the next four years.
The promise of sanctuary by governments and the prospect of jobs may have steered young Syrian refugees to select Canada, the US, the UAE and Germany as
The Irtewaa initiative was launched by Sheikha Fatima for the second year.
Outdoor workers will be given cool drinks throughout the summer as part of an initiative organised by the General Women’s Union.
In its second year,
Young Emiratis hope to lead the UAE’s future in sustainability.
Maintaining cool temperatures in buildings and converting humidity into potable water are some of the projects a group of young Emiratis hope to one day apply in the
DUBAI, 22nd July, 2017 (WAM) — Under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs, the Arab Youth Centre has announced its organising of the ‘Arab Youth Start-up Marketplace’,
Zayed University researchers caution against conspicuous consumption
Your luxurious UAE lifestyle may be bad for your well-being.
Researchers at Zayed University have found that those who assign high value to material possessions tend to experience lower levels of
Genes In Space competition winner Alia Al Mansoori is to visit Canada to learn more about the country’s space programme before hopefully going on to study molecular biology.
Alia Al Mansoori dreams of becoming the UAE’s first astronaut and she
The report found that the UAE had a higher than average number of pupils being bullied but also rated their life satisfaction 7.30 on a scale of 0 to 10.
More than one in four 15-year-olds in the UAE reported being