Headquartered in New York, Saudi Arabia’s official delegation to the United Nations (UN) has announced its election as a member to the executive council of the UN Commission on the Status of Women for the 2019-2021 term, and this, for the third time in
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) has concluded his first foreign tour as heir to the throne. The tour included a number of the largest nations, starting with Egypt on March 2018, and then the UK, US, and France, and concluded in Spain.
Held in Paris, a symposium on Saudi women’s evolving roles drew the attention of both local and international communities. Aptly, the symposium coincided with Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s first official visit to the French republic.
Saudi Arabia owes a lot of its sociocultural movements to its activist social media community. Now, a recent report is highlighting just how far and wide its clout reshaped dialogue over women’s rights and reforms in the Kingdom.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s recent interview with American outlet The Atlantic held many strongly worded views and outlook on the future of Saudi Arabia; at the center of which was his firm and clear support of women’s rights, empowerment, and c
In an article entitled “Women’s Passion for Leadership” published in the Saudi newspaper, The Riyadh Daily, on Thursday, March 29, 2018, the United Kingdom’s first Special Envoy for Gender Equality, Joanna Roper, proclaimed gender equality witnessed be
The German ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Dieter Haller, accompanied by his wife, Nisreen Zerab, inaugurated the We Are All Art exhibition on March 27 in the company of a number of diplomats, businessmen and female abstract artists.