“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
Among the most prevalent Western stereotypes about Muslim countries are those concerning Muslim women: doe-eyed, veil
Iranian lawmaker Fatemeh Ajorlu has criticized the United Nations for the approach it has adopted toward the plight o
Many Americans have a certain image of the average Middle Eastern woman.
Human rights abuses remain common across Iraq with the status of women and minority groups on the decline, eight year
A leading human rights group released a report Monday documenting the proliferation of human rights abuses in Iraq si
On Friday, Egyptians again gathered in Cairo's Tahrir Square, this time in a victory celebration, one week after thei
Tawakkol Karman sat in front of her laptop, her Facebook page open, planning the next youth demonstration.
The unstable security situation in Iraq already made women particularly vulnerable.
In a meeting on Sunday with more than 20 representatives of women's organisations in the Kurdistan Region, President
Business has always been a boy's game; suits, cigars and power lunches, with mistresses as well as money to boot.
Iranian Ambassador Mashallah Shakiri has said that Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) has great role in women
Despite being the main victims in regional armed conflicts, women are still excluded from playing a role in conflict
The face of women's issues in Lebanon is changing.
First lady Wafaa Michel Sleiman issued an open letter Monday calling for better treatment of women in Arab societies
As governments in the Middle East and around the world debate the best policies, regulations, and practices to spur e
Male and female students will be separated at a Tehran university in the upcoming academic year in the latest instanc