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'Partners, but' discusses unemployment among graduates

Sept. 18, 2018 3:35 P.M. (Updated: Sept. 23, 2018 11:34 A.M.)
GAZA CITY (Ma'an) -- A recent episode of the "Partners, but" show discussed unemployment among graduates, especially in the besieged Gaza Strip, to highlight the issue through an open, in-depth youth dialogue that would outcome in results and recommendations that would limit the issue.

Ma'an Network, including the radio network, TV, website and social media pages, determined to handle the subject in depth, in cooperation with the United Nations Population Fund and the Spanish Cooperation; the cooperation will highlight on the issue.

Member of the General Secretariat of the Palestine Workers Syndicate Salameh Abu Zeiter, , Dean of Scientific Research and Community Service at the University of Palestine Abed al-Karim al-Madhoun, took part in the discussion during the episode, alongside a number of graduates and university students.

The discussion also included governmental and civil intervention that occurred during the past years and the means to limit unemployment. In addition to evaluating current efforts to address the issue and attempting to explore the imbalances in acceptance standards of universities, and the lack of full coordination between the different governmental ministries to determine the priorities of the labor market.

Most opinions criticized current efforts, which the majority deemed as "pointless," so far, in the Gaza Strip.

For full episode, click here.
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