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  • Daouk-Öyry, Lina; Geha, Carmen; Meouchy, Axelle; Karam, Charlotte (Support and Accelerate Women's Inclusion (SAWI), 2024)
    Understanding the prospects of enacting and implementing Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) legislation in eight MENA countries—Algeria, Bahrain, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, and Tunisia—is crucial. This report ...
  • Daouk-Oyry, Lina; Geha, Carmen; Meouchy, Axelle; Karam, Charlotte; Hazzouri, Samira (Support and Accelerate Women's Inclusion (SAWI), 2024)
    Persistent economic disparities and workplace inequality globally, especially in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, are highlighted in the executive summary. It underscores significant progress made over the ...
  • Dbouk, Wassim; Saad, Elissar; Ayache, Ghadi; Karam, Charlotte (American University of Beirut Support and Accelerate Women's Inclusion, 2023)
    This desk review examines the impact of crises on women’s recruitment, retention, and promotion in organizations across the MENA region, highlighting the need for strategic HR practices to address gender inequalities. It ...
  • Makarem, Yasmeen; Mattar, Danielle; Karam, Charlotte; Hamandi, Fatima; Hazzouri, Samira (2023)
    Crises, ranging from natural disasters to economic downturns, have profound impacts on organizations and exacerbate existing inequalities, particularly affecting women. Women face greater job losses, increased caregiving ...
  • Abou Hamad, Mehdi (2024-07-15)
    Air pollution stands as a environmental concern, representing a significant contributor to global mortality rates. Despite efforts to improve air quality, existing interventions often fall short of addressing the magnitude ...

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