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Jobs, Justice and the Arab Spring: Inclusive Growth in North Africa

Author: John Page, Yasser Ahmad
Organisation: North Africa Operations Department (ORNA) African Development Bank
Publish Date: 2012
Country: Africa
Sector: Economic
Method: Foresight
Theme: Employment
Type: Report
Language: English
Tags: Unemployment, Youth Unemployment, Employment creation, Sustainable growth, Policies, Empowerment, Structural change, Inclusive growth

North Africa has been the epicentre of the Arab Spring. Long-entrenched regimes in Egypt, Libya and Tunisia have collapsed. In addition to the popular rejection of decades of political repression, two common economic themes — “jobs and justice” — have underpinned the revolutions. This is not surprising. Surveys indicate that lack of economic opportunity, the rising cost of living and the growing gap between the rich and the poor were among the main drivers of popular discontent.
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