“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.”
Female lawmaker Fatemeh Alia said on Sunday that her nomination as education minister has become certain.
The Israeli prison administration is forcing female visitors to strip completely before seeing family members at Ofar
The IRC has launched a two-year program in Jordan that will train local aid workers to respond to violence against wo
At the start of the new century, Israel found itself with an unexpected and unwanted reputation - as a destination
To tackle tribal conflicts in her country, Nadwa Al-Dawsari took the leap from journalist to director of the Partners
In her office at the Bethlehem women's counselling centre, Khawla Al-Azraq recounts her memories from Israeli pris
Shadi Sadr, the Iranian lawyer and women's rights activist, was just released from prison.
Arab states must take measures to combat an expanding list of issues including rising populations, trafficking, unemp
Iraqi women who have been uprooted by violence in their country are increasingly susceptible to exploitation and abus
It sees itself as one of the Middle East's most liberal countries, but Lebanon's lack of women politicians is conspic
I became an activist to stop female genital mutilation last year after reading a shocking survey from a secondary sch
One can be born in Lebanon and live here all one's life, and still not be a Lebanese citizen.
A seductive woman looks out from the billboards that line Beirut's highways proclaiming, "Be Beautiful and Vote,
A training workshop on women's effectual political participation organized by Yemeni Women's Union (YWU) and Club of
The first time Kuwaiti women ventuered into parlimentarian elections as candidates, they won four seats hands down.
Between 2006 and 2008, three conflicts devastated parts of Lebanon.
Insurance companies in Iran will have to pay the same compensation for women and men in the case of death or injury,
Lebanese-born photographer Rania Matar, who currently lives in the United States, frequently travels back to her nati
As Iraqis meet to talk about creating an interim authority to govern their country, they will need to overcome divisi