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    "At the ground level people feel responsible. They feel a sense of ownership for their country, no longer as observers but as actors." says Young Global Leader, Dalia Mogahed. She was one of 1,000 cross sector leaders who gathered in Istanbul, Turkey for the World Economic Forum on the Middle East, North Africa and Eurasia.

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    The World Economic Forum's Special Meeting in 2011 that looked at Economic Growth and Job Creation in the Arab World, Dead Sea, Jordan.

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    Two years after the start of the transitions in Tunisia and Egypt, decision-makers across the Middle East and North Africa are responding to the challenge of translating the societal momentum into concrete positive outcomes for all citizens.

    The World Economic Forum on the Middle East and North Africa will therefore convene over 1,000 leaders at the Dead Sea, Jordan, to take a practical look at what policies and business strategies can support the aspirations of the region's economies, while at the same catalysing the dialogue necessary to overcome long-standing fault lines and facilitate a truly multistakeholder partnership for the future.

    - How can the new governments in North Africa respond to public expectations while managing sustainable economic transitions?
    - What regional mechanisms need to be in place to safeguard the prosperity of economies facing resource scarcity and rapid population growth?
    - What are the implications of the situation in Syria for inter-faith and inter-communal relations in the Middle East and North Africa?
    - What are the proven best practices for creating the conditions for youth-driven entrepreneurial growth?

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    Promotional teaser for the World Economic Forum on the Middle East, North Africa and Eurasia 2012

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    Two years after the start of the transitions in Tunisia and Egypt, decision-makers across the Middle East and North Africa are responding to the challenge of translating the societal momentum into concrete positive outcomes for all citizens.

    The World Economic Forum on the Middle East and North Africa will therefore convene over 1,000 leaders at the Dead Sea, Jordan, to take a practical look at what policies and business strategies can support the aspirations of the region's economies, while at the same catalysing the dialogue necessary to overcome long-standing fault lines and facilitate a truly multistakeholder partnership for the future.

    - How can the new governments in North Africa respond to public expectations while managing sustainable economic transitions?
    - What regional mechanisms need to be in place to safeguard the prosperity of economies facing resource scarcity and rapid population growth?
    - What are the implications of the situation in Syria for inter-faith and inter-communal relations in the Middle East and North Africa?
    - What are the proven best practices for creating the conditions for youth-driven entrepreneurial growth?

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