Gender Equality

May 20, 2024

Championing Change: Supporting the Journey of Iranian Women

In a compelling meeting titled “Championing Change: Supporting the Journey of Iranian Women,” Members of the European Parliament (MEPs), human rights activists, and representatives of various European women’s and youth associations gathered to discuss the pressing issue of women’s rights in Iran, one year after the vast protests that swept the streets of Iran, with women at the forefront. The event, held on April 9, 2024, was a significant platform for addressing the challenges faced by Iranian women under a […]
April 13, 2024

Challenges Facing Girls in Sports

As we draw closer to the much-anticipated Olympic Games, excitement permeates the air, palpable with every passing day. With the world’s gaze turning towards the host city and athletes gearing up for the pinnacle of their sporting careers, anticipation reaches fever pitch. In this article, we delve into the upcoming Olympic Games, examining the host city, the preparations underway, and the buzz surrounding this global spectacle of athletic prowess and unity., This article sheds light on the challenges facing girls […]
January 14, 2023

Summary Of Women’s Rights Around The World In 2022

The year 2022 had major developments fit to be published in history books, and in no way is it more significant than the events affecting women’s rights around the world. Let’s highlight the significant women’s rights moments that happened in the past year. Women Tackling Climate Change 2022 was a fruitful year for efforts to involve women at the forefront of the fight against climate change. In the months leading up to the International Women’s Day Celebration on March 6, […]
August 20, 2019

Tunisia’s way towards gender equality

Sixty years ahead of independence from France and Post – 2011 revolution, Tunisia has been a promising figure towards securing gender equality in the Middle East region. Since 1956, Tunisian women were able to enjoy some of the progressive freedom instituted by Habib Bourguiba- the first elected president- such as access to higher education, the right to file for divorce, and certain job opportunities. The Personal Status Code which came into effect from 1956 is considered one of the most […]