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Women’s empowerment essential to freedom in Middle East | WNN – Women News Network

Women’s empowerment essential to freedom in Middle East | WNN – Women News Network | Women in the Arab World | Scoop.it
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More education equals more pay: report

More education equals more pay: report | Women in the Arab World | Scoop.it
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Women in Middle East/North Africa Are Underrepresented in Science and Technology Professions

Women in Middle East/North Africa Are Underrepresented in Science and Technology Professions | Women in the Arab World | Scoop.it
Women are not represented in the STEM fields professionally -- regardless of their enrollment rates in such courses at the university level. This challenging trend applies not only to the Middle East and North Africa, but to other regions as well.
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Entrepreneurship Is The New Women's Movement - Forbes

Entrepreneurship Is The New Women's Movement - Forbes | Women in the Arab World | Scoop.it
Women are leaving the workforce in droves in favor of being at home. Not to be a homemaker, but as job-making entrepreneurs.
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Arab Women in the Middle East :: Gatestone Institute

Arab Women in the Middle East :: Gatestone Institute | Women in the Arab World | Scoop.it
In Pakistan, a 14-year-old girl is shot by Muslim extremists for daring to call for education for women.
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Education to Employment: Jordan’s Gender Challenge

A 2005 World Economic Forum report measuring gender equality in fifty-eight countries ranked Jordan in the bottom four nations, alongside Pakistan, Turkey and Egypt.
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Why Boards Need More Women

Why Boards Need More Women | Women in the Arab World | Scoop.it
Diversity on boards is critical to sustaining performance. Broadening the composition of the board increases the size of the candidate pool and, more importantly, helps expand perspectives at the top.
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