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Do we really need a ministry for women?

November 3 2010 by
Do we really need a ministry for women?

New proposals in Saudi leave a bad taste in the mouth for our regular guest blogger, Eman Al Nafjan. It is, she says, yet another act of gender apartheid.

Recently news came out that the government is seriously considering a women’s affairs ministry. The idea for a ministry originated…

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