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Creating jobs for the youth through self-­employment....

Creating jobs for the youth through self-­employment.
This presentation looks at the Heritage of Artisan in the UAE and discusses the social change and the impact it has had on the Artisans.
It also looks at the statistics of education level and the unemployment levels in the UAE and their co-relation .

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    • Creating jobs for the youth through self-­employment TUESDAY 24TH May 2011
    • Who is your favorite person from history? Why do you admire them?
    • Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • The HuntOpen Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Economic development & way of lifeOpen Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Started with threadsOpen Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Social Change Before After Heritage is revived through Heritage is revived through product employment with GWU or ADACH adaptation to market Artisans are entrepreneurs who can Artisans can only make money through make money depending on the quality government donations of their product Government develops the skills of Government can only help by giving artisans to help them reach their financial aids potential You need to know someone to get a You need to have a genuine product to booth in an exhibition get a booth and make good sales You need to know someone to benefit You need to have a strong will to from government initiatives improve to benefit from gov. initiatives Only Emiratis buy Emirati products It is the mission of every Emirati to because they understand it, and the educate and spread the treasures of best buyers are the Sheikhs our national identity.Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • SOUGHA Artisan & socio-economic conditions from a sample of 31 professional artisans Average no. of children Average ageSecondary, Illiterate, 10 8 53 14 (33 to 77) Primary, 7 31 Moubdiaa Fisherman, baladia, health authority, school guard, drilling co. 7 6 own a farm Husband devorced 2 own commercial space working 3% 16% unmarried 12 3% benefit (1000Dh to 3000Dh every 3 months) Husband retired widow 55% 23% Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Success Factors No social Partnership Virtual sacrifices spirit incubationOpen Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Bringing avr. Bridging age down gaps through through new social designs marketing Family Cultural advocacy perception through of a small better self- business esteem The market sees no wastaOpen Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • UAE Unemployment Statistics 2009 25 20 15 Female 10 Male 5 0 UAE Fujairah RAK UAQ Ajman Sharjah Dubai Abu Dhabi 100% 90% 80% 70%University 60%Secondary 50%Primary 40%Illiterate 30% 20% 10% 0% UAE Fujairah RAK UAQ Ajman Sharjah Dubai Abu Dhabi Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Perceived Causes of Emirati Youth Unemployment Education Few Social system, opportunities expectations/ especially family Financial and high secondary security from aspirations Lack of Wasta obligations schools do family and no (gender gap in making not equip family attitude to un- private students for pressure employment) University sector and/or unattractive workplace Study by The International Council on Security and Development, Feb 2010Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Family commitment Lack of skills Lack of guidance Negative perception Work hours of expectations employeesUnballance between towards university and job Lack of job emiraties skills opportunity Job expectations Lack of wasta Lack of commitment, motivation and Salary expectations awarness Lack of experience Precense of foreigners Study by The International Council on Security and Development, Feb 2010 Sample size: 310 Emirati youth (16-25) 149 Male and 161 Female)
    • Study by The International Council on Security and Development, Feb 2010Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Open Diversity, 24th May 2011
    • Open Diversity, 24th May 2011