How has Education in the Middle East and North Africa evolved to keep up with progressive digital and regulatory requirements of the times?
From the rise of AI in the classroom to the strong international interest in the regions education market the sector continues to undergo major transformation.
Our latest Law Update
, titled “Brushstrokes of Law: Painting the Future”, takes a deep dive into these latest developments. In this issue, we explore:
We also feature a special section on our collaboration with the Mawaheb Art Studio, a unique creative space for People of Determination, and the artwork you see through the pages of this edition is a reflection of the students creativity.
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by Samer Qudah
The Healthcare sector in MENA is a major priority, and governments have identified it as a significant sector for the region. This edition will focus on Healthcare, and its launch coincides with this year’s instalment of Arab Health, a regional event focused on driving forward the sector.Read More
In January 2022, the Kuwait Ministry of Health (“MOH”) issued Ministerial Decree No. 13 of 2022 (“Decree”) regarding the registration and release of medical devices in Kuwait.Read More
In recent years, Kuwait has issued a number of regulations and decrees applicable to this telehealth space. A unifying theme in all such legislation includes the need for consent from the data subject.Read More
by Christina Sochacki / Abdulaziz AlShahrani / Abdulmohsen AlSaleh
In Saudi Arabia, medical malpractice is mainly regulated by the Law of Practicing Healthcare Professions “PHCP” issued under Royal Decree No M/59 dated 04/11/1426H (corresponding to 6 December 2005).Read More
by Christina Sochacki / Abdulmohsen AlSaleh
Staying on-top of the updates and new regulations, circulars, and guidance from the Saudi Food & Drug Authority ("SFDA") is no longer a passive exercise; things are changing too quickly.Read More