Up for Debate: How can Egypt build and accelerate an inclusive development model for all of its citizens moving forward?
Egypt’s revolution is far from over, and the future of the country still hangs in the balance. The way forward is uncertain, but in a recent policy paper published by the Brookings Institute, experts argue for legal and regulatory reforms to allow for a new inclusive and equitable economic growth model. Building off this discussion, the Skoll World Forum partnered with the World Bank Institute’s Development Marketplace program and asked some of the region’s leading authorities how Egypt can best design a set of policies and practices that enable social progress for all of its citizens. Debate Media Partner: This is Africa from the Financial Times Ltd.
Senior Vice President of Middle East/North Africa for Junior Achievement Worldwide, INJAZ Al-Arab
Chairperson / Assistant Professor, AYB-SD / German University in Cairo
Managing Partner, Willow Impact Investors
Lead, MENA Development Marketplace, World Bank Institute