Education is key to unlock the potential of the green and cultural creative economy in Egypt, Lebanon and Tunisia. The paper identifies types of education (formal, informal and indirect) and targets different education stakeholders (schools, universities, vocational training, industry partnerships and civil society). The challenges of the educational sector in these three countries are investigated through a survey and desk research. Then several existing policies and practices are identified in the target countries. Finally, key policy recommendations are provided to empower different types of education on green and cultural creative economy.
By Sandra Challita, Associate Professor in Finance at Emlyon Business School, a Research Fellow, EMEA Reviewed by Prof. Rym Ayadi, President and Founder, EMEA and Professor at the Bayes Business School, City University of LondonLink to Infographic