On March 8, the launch of Women2030.com coincided with International Women’s Day; an occasion that pushes both local and global communities to reexamine and reflect on the progress made on gender equality and women’s empowerment.
Only a few days separate women in Saudi Arabia from the driver’s seat. The Kingdom is counting down to the lift of an enduring driving ban on women, and one of the most historic developments reshaping its sociocultural dynamics.
In a new recommendation calling for women’s inclusion in the judicial field, a number of Saudi Shura Council members (the Shura council is the general consultative assembly of Saudi Arabia) are rallying for the employment of specialized and qualified f
Sheikh Abdullah Al-Mutlaq, member of the Saudi Council of Senior Scholars, is calling on the Kingdom’s Grand Mufti, Abdul Aziz Bin Abdullah Al-Sheikh, to appoint female Muftis (Muslim legal experts who hold official power to give rulings on religious m
Not long after the Saudi General Department of Traffic issued the first national driver’s licenses for nine Saudi women did the news make headlines of international media, and not without reason; for many Western observers, this development is nothing