Helping Saudi’s workforce
60% of women in Saudi Arabia have a university degree but only one in six of them work – a statistic that’s proving an obstacle to the development of the largest economy in the Arab world. The online job market Glowork was formed by young Saudi entrepreneurs to bring empowerment to women and increase diversity in the Saudi workforce.
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Date10.05.2013 | 6:50
This year has so far been historic for Pakistan. For the first time, a government has completed its five-year tenure since the formation of the state in 1947 and the candidates have been thoroughly scrutinized. The constituencies are also being monitored in a way like never before.
Date09.05.2013 | 19:00
Simone Ludwig is a piano teacher and an author of children’s books. Her first book in German, “Pitt – The small Flea” has been immensely successful across Germany and is the story of a flea which lives in a piano.
Date05.04.2013 | 13:50
TagsBonn, children, cologne, music, piano, Pitt der floh, Pitt the flea, Simone Ludwig, women authors
I met them at a coffee shop. They were already waiting for me when I entered. The steam from the four cups of coffee on their table made patterns in the air. Coffee had just been served and I knew I wasn’t late.
Date08.02.2013 | 13:37
Hala Aref is quite active these days on social networking sites to make Egyptian women aware about the possible impacts on their lives due to the controversial constitution. A German alumna and an active voice of the liberal community for the rights of women, Professor Dr. Hala Aref’s Facebook page shows her concerns about the new Egyptian constitution and its probable outcome on her female students at Cairo University.
Date31.12.2012 | 17:40