Social Development

Societies prosper when people can solve conflicts without violence, think constructively and critically, and where all members of society, including women and children, are protected and valued. Many decisions by governments in the region during past decades have resulted in the breakdown of social fabric and marginalization of large segments of the population. In the wake of the Arab Spring, the demands for greater government accountability and more responsive public service delivery echoed across the MENA region. The concern is that without the tools to effectively engage their societies in a peaceful manner, marginalized populations such as youth and refugees could become a source of protracted social instability, threatening human security in all its dimensions.



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