Change by Exchange - Ideas for Reforming Higher Education in Egypt and Tunisia





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Published on Mar 30, 2014

The Egyptian and the Tunisian people attained the resignation of their authoritarian governments by peaceful demonstrations in the beginning of 2011. The people's dauntless commitment for democracy, responsible government and constitutionality deeply impressed the global public. Germany supports this process of democratization actively. Thus, the German government already made suggestions for a new transformation partnership by the end of January 2011. As a result, Egypt and Tunisia get the support that is needed for the democratic change. The central role in this period is assigned to the universities of both countries. The DAAD supports several measures aiming at strengthening the higher education in these destinations with funds from the German Federal Foreign Office since the beginning of 2012. Central aspects of these measures are the Universities' contribution to research and teaching in order to support civil societal and democratic structures and the transformation process on the one hand, as well as strengthening the scientific and technological performance of these countries on the other hand.

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    • Timothy James Wills, PRS|Patrick Robert Murdoch, PRS
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    • WOM043 Union
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