A Japanese woman whose campaign against mandatory high heels in the workplace won broad public support has stepped up her fight against strict ...
Iran has ordered an investigation after a video surfaced showing police pushing and pulling a young woman who was resisting arrest for not adhering to ...
Staffers say security at the Knesset in recent days began strictly enforcing rules on the length of skirts, with no reason given for why
Renewed move for official dress code is to boost Saudi identity
Islamic cleric Perak Mufti Tan Sri Harussani Zakaria suggested that gymnastics was not an appropriate sport for Muslim women
Campaigns to encourage tourists and expatriates to wear the “appropriate” clothing have been tried and tested in both Dubai and Doha
The move comes after “many complaints about scantily-clad female customers”
Qatar's campaign for a modest dress code was not appreciated by expats has been rebranded to a softer message.
The General Commission for Audiovisual Media sent a proposal on Tuesday to the Shoura Council with a draft regulation for women to dress conservatively
The gap between provision and support for healthcare, higher education and businesses between Qatari citizens and expatriates is astonishing
Nabil al-Fadl said the new proposal, which does not provide a clear definition for the term ‘nudity,’ is an assault on personal freedom
The campaign says a visitor or a resident in Qatar is required to avoid wearing any ‘garments that are too tight, too short or translucent’
Results of the study on lawyers’ uniforms should come out in about two weeks
A service member who wants to wear a beard or article of clothing for religious reasons must seek permission or an accommodation from the military
“Where do you think you’re going dressed like that, young lady?” Now this is not a sentence uttered by a tyrannical father or ...
Move is part of President Rowhani's campaign promise to ease strict standards on Iran's Islamic dress code
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