It has been nearly a year since Saudi leadership announced a momentous decree allowing Saudi women to obtain driver's licenses. And since the announcement, it has made concerted efforts to tie this decree into women's wider economic empowerment.
Latifa Al-Shaalan, a member of the Saudi Shura council (the consultative assembly of Saudi Arabia), has drafted a recommendation to support the rehabilitation and faster release of female ex-prisoners in the Kingdom.
Engineering is no longer limited to men in modern Saudi society. Today more than 1,400 Saudi women are engineers working in a variety of specialties and professional levels who are registered at the engineering commission.
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
Under a phased rollout across women’s shops and outlets in the Kingdom, the Saudi Council of Chambers’ coordinating body for women’s employment is extending its feminization program – the third stage of which began in October 2017 – to the hospitality