Universities could undertake practice based research on the prevailing practices and contribute to improved practices, thereby support the development programs and policies of the country, writes Gebreselasie Gebretsadik
By 2030 – the year when the world has promised to provide universal primary and secondary education for all – an estimated 800 million people will enter adulthood without the qualifications necessary for the modern labor force.
Like high-level managers at publicly traded private companies, politicians who made bad decisions – judged according to a variety of indicators, from unemployment to health outcomes – should face clawbacks.
What does it take to be a Prime Minister? It is not merely about taking an authority position in government. Rather, it is about assuming responsibility for the quality of policy and political decisions made at the top and their effects on people.