• Gulf Women And Competing Economies

    ‘Arab Women’ are the subject of Western and Eastern curiosity and, often, fascination. However, most attempts to investigate ‘Arab Women’ reduce them to one entity, ignoring their multitude of experience. The fact is Arab women are very different from each other. Just like everyone else . . .

  • What Stifles Qatari Women? (Part Three)

    The Qatari government’s vision has been to advance Qatari women in all areas and integrate them in the work force turning them into integral members of the society just like men. In such a transitional phase we are witnessing all governmental institutions and agencies . . .

  • What Stifles Qatari Women (Part Two)

    The national vision of Qatar 2030 lists “Modernization and preservation of traditions” as the first challenge that the nation faces and needs to achieve to fulfill its aim of becoming “an advanced society capable of sustaining its development and providing a high standard of living . . .

  • What Stifles Qatari Women? (Part One)

    Qatar is going through a transitional phase that is marked by rapid change, economic prosperity, and introduction to modernity. This era has witnessed an important change in women’s roles in the Qatari society. It has also exposed the challenges that Qatari women face, some . . .

  • We are a result of who she is

    The real religion of the world comes from women much more than from men – from mothers most of all, who carry the key of our souls in their bosoms.  ~Oliver Wendell Holmes
    A mother is not only the one who gives birth, but . . .