Latifa Al-Zahrani

Latifa Al-Zahrani

Official authorities across the Saudi leadership board, are now rallying behind an actionable national strategy for Saudi women.

Latifa Al-Zahrani

Latifa Al-Zahrani

Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Justice has issued 59 law practice licenses for Saudi women for 2018, it announced this month.

Laila Al Amri

Laila Al Amri

In its latest of a wave of sociocultural reforms, Saudi Arabia has launched a new initiative in its fight against domestic violence, Social Protection Friends, launched earlier this month, was designed as a platform to disseminate kno

Laila Al Amri

Laila Al Amri

A young Saudi woman revealed her strength when a harasser assaulted her in a restaurant in Jeddah. She kicked him as if she were a karate player.

Aisha Bint Abdullah

Aisha Bint Abdullah

In a new step towards accomplishing further rights for women, the Saudi Justice Ministry abolished the so-called "House of Obedience" ruling and suspended all provisions that oblige the wife to return to her husband's house without her consent.

Mashael Al Qahtani

Mashael Al Qahtani

Saudi Arabia’s social reform plan under vision 2030 is materializing in a slew of concrete developments and announcements, the latest of which tackles a pain point and wide gap in the country’s judiciary system.

Latifa Al-Zahrani

Latifa Al-Zahrani

The Saudi Ministry of Justice and the Supreme Council of the Judiciary, the highest judicial authorities in Saudi Arabia, have adopted a set of new regulations for the benefit of wives and mothers with child custody as part of measures to prevent dispe

Eman El-Kallaf

Eman El-Kallaf

For many years the rights of Saudi women have been suppressed. Among these were the right to drive a vehicle and to be allowed to participate in the fields of military and entertainment. These rights have remained out of reach.