Progress and Challenges for Women’s Rights in the Gulf

Ms. Amal Almoallimi
Assistant to the Secretary General, King Abdulaziz Center for National Dialogue and 
Board Member

Saudi Human Rights Commission

Dr. Hamda Al-Sulaiti
Secretary General
Qatar National Commission for Education, Culture, and Science

Dr. Lubna Al-Kadi
Founder and Director
Women’s Research and Studies Center, Kuwait

Moderated by:
Ms. Mirette F. Mabrouk
Deputy Director and Director of Research & Programs, 
Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East

Atlantic Council

Women’s rights in the Middle East, and in the Gulf in particular, have changed greatly in the past decades alongside modernization efforts and the introduction of new technologies such as social media. Though there are still a number of challenges to fully incorporating women into society in the region, positive milestones have likewise been achieved.

Please join the Atlantic Council's Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East for a discussion with a panel of Gulf women leaders to explore achievements in this sphere as well as areas where more attention and change is needed.


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