I have already written a few articles about women in Saudi Arabia, how the society works out according to the very strong importance of Islam and to the very deep traditions. As an Occidental woman, it is very hard to understand that women live this way in Saudi Arabia : no permission of driving, no permission of acting by themselves, no permission of going out … Continuer de lire I don’t understand! Saudi Arabian Women’s Conference without any women!
I have already written a few articles about Saudi Arabia, and today I am sharing with you the first anti-domestic violence ad ever in this country governed by Sharia Law. It is a real important step forward for the protection of women in Saudi Arabia. Let’s hope that it is only a start. The Kingdom of Saudia Arabia has launched its first campaign against violence towards women. A … Continuer de lire Saudi Arabia launches first campaign against violence towards women !
I am so honored and proud to be nominated for the Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award by Ranin from the blog Sex and the Arab Woman. Thank you so much Ranin and congratulations for the blog you are running ! The way you are writing your articles through as you say « inspired by real life “lack of experience” » is touching and gives a new look … Continuer de lire Honored to be nominated for Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award !
« Today violence against women is increasingly recognized for what it is: a threat to Democracy, a barrier to lasting peace, a burden on national economies, and an appalling Human rights violation.” Michelle Bachelet November 25th stands for the International day for the elimination of violence towards Women. Before starting my article that deals with the greatest international campaigns around the world against violence towards women, please … Continuer de lire International campaigns to end violence towards women
Women around the world suggests you have a look at these TED talks. They portray the sharing of ideas, hopes, struggles from women around the world: Women Reshaping the World Below are examples of two personal stories that really touched me. The first one is about Nadia Al-Sakkaf, the editor of the Yemen Times. She describes the Yemen she wants to show to the world. … Continuer de lire Women Reshaping the World
L’actualité des dernières semaines a porté mon attention sur la condition de la femme en Tunisie où se mêlent traditions religieuses et modernité. Il est clair qu’au sein du monde arabe, la femme tunisienne est une femme moderne, une femme qui a des droits. Au cours de diverses lectures, j’ai découvert avec surprise par exemple le droit à l’avortement accordé dès 1973, soit deux ans … Continuer de lire La femme moderne en Tunisie / Modern women in Tunisia