In a business with so much history, with so much diversity, it’s hard these days to find a true first in professional wrestling. Dubai-based ...
The Arabic word for “clergy” literally translates into “men of religion.” But this notion seems to be changing as the Arab ...
Hadid - like many architects, women and professionals - went through life hearing a lot of “no’s,” but she never stopped...
Women in the Gulf have been steadily climbing into more political and economic posts, among other fields, in recent years
From politics to the boardroom, the participation of women in the region trails well below the international average.
Acknowledged by U.S. President Barack Obama as a “leader of social change,” Jordanian Lina Khalifeh has gained high praise across the ...
In the Middle East, more women enrol in degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) related subjects than men, a study by The ...
From Iraq’s Zainab Salbi to Jordan’s Haifa Najjar, a lot of Arab women made it big in their fields this year
Women’s rights are still lacking – the region cannot expect society to change and be more open until legislative changes are made
As Breast Cancer Awareness month is coming to an end, Al Arabiya News is sharing five things women should know about the disease
The sky’s the limit for Bahraini woman bodybuilder who ranked sixth in a Dubai competition
There’s a new breed of style stars ruling the Arab world
Do an internet search for Zaha Hadid, and you will find an endless stream of information about the Iraqi-British architect
There is nothing more patronizing than being told that women aren’t able to perform to the best of their potential
Although the protestors made several attempts to meet midway, Israeli authorities forbade them from doing so
The coverage is set to highlight the Middle East’s most pressing issues on the status of women in the region
Wali, who has more than 23 years of experience in integrated development management, was named minister last year
Reine Abbas has been recognized by several awards, and Inc.com considers her among the five most important women in gaming
While she fights for women’s rights, she is a feminine feminist
Arab women leaders hold special session during the UAE Government Summit in Dubai
At the core of gender inequality in the region is a male-led system that simply doesn’t cater to women
In a warzone, rebuilding psychological bridges and societal ties is just as important as rebuilding through the rubble
Hayek: Hollywood does not pay attention to Arab women because they tend to hide from the world
The message 2014 gave to women is clear: change is coming, but like many things changing in the Middle East, nothing is changing fast enough
Saudi Princess Ameerah Al-Taweel’s stance on women’s rights saw her thrust into the limelight – bringing with it some ‘threatening’ feedback
The top prize, the 2014 Arab Women Leaders Award, went to the UAE’s Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak
Jordan’s queen also told the Women in the World Summit that misinterpretation of religion is part of what holds women back
North African women were much more likely to report discrimination by police and in the court system
Saudi film director and UAE media executive make top 100 list
Sexual harassment, high rates of female genital cutting and a surge in violence and Islamist feeling after the Arab Spring uprisings have made Egypt ...
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