A two-day conference will took place at Imam Mohammad bin Saud Islamic University. Which is to discuss how Saudi Arabia has aided women’s empowerment via national reforms, government policies, and private efforts.
More than 60 specialists, ministries, and Saudi universities will attend the conference. Which will take place on November 22-23. It will look at seven different topics and indicators of women’s empowerment in both domestic and international organizations.
Many important female leaders will attend the conference. According to Prof. Nouf bint Abd Al-Aly Al-Ajmi, vice-rector of Female Student Affairs. Also chairman of the organizing committee.
“Thanks to legislation and rules issued to strengthen women’s status, safeguard their social and personal rights. Also secure their involvement as decision-makers. Saudi women have made tremendous advances toward empowerment,” Al-Ajmi added.
The themes will center on legislative reforms under King Salman’s reign. Also how they have aided in meeting women’s aspirations and desires for greater social involvement.
Women’s empowerment in education and training will be emphasize. Also with a focus on national identity and citizenship.
Prof. Ahmed Salim Al-Amiri, rector of the Imam Mohammad bin Saud Islamic University. Who said the royal consent to hold the conference demonstrated the Kingdom’s leadership’s interest and support for Saudi women.
“Saudi women have had numerous rights and choices have been provide to strengthen women’s roles in society. Also enables them to be active partner in national development,” according to Al-Amiri .
Many governmental and non-governmental sectors, including Saudi institutions, will participate in the event. According to the rector, to study women’s empowerment on various levels.
Women’s accomplishments and successes during the time of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques will also be recognize.
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