Join the discussion by ‘Yalla Economics” on social justice and its effect on the economy with Dr. Reem Abdel-Haliem.
1. The concept of ‘social justice’ from an economic prospective
2. Global best practices in ‘social justice’
3. The challenges facing the application of ‘social justice’
4. The limitations of ‘social justice’ and its effect on efficiency
5. How ‘social justice’ could challenge economic progress
Dr. Reem Abdel Haleem –Economic Researcher & Rights-based Budgeting Lecturer at the Faculty of Economics & Political Science, Cairo University,
Dr. Reem received her Ph.D. in Economics from the Faculty of Economics & Political Science – Cairo University, Egypt in 2011.
She has more than 13 years of consulting experience in economic research, socio-economic analysis, sustainable development & poverty eradication. She worked on labor rights and corporate social responsibility frameworks with a variety of organisations including France Telecom Group (Egypt), Ministry of Finance (Egypt), and Faculty of Economics & Political Sciences.
Through her work with UNDP, she revised the social security scheme in multiple developing countries in comparison to the models applied in Egypt and analysed the effectiveness and fiscal sustainability of social security and social pension schemes.
She is also working as an Economic expert in the Economic and Social Justice in the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR).
Mohamed El Horishy co-founder at ‘Yalla Economics’ and an Economic Analyst.
About ‘Yalla Economics’:
‘Yalla Economics’ was founded by a group of young Economics graduates to offer interactive forums on topics relevant to the Egyptian economy. They host monthly public discussions with experts in the fields of economic and social development.
We have limited seats available, please confirm your attendance here http://bit.ly/1p4az1S
The session will be held in Arabic