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Islam and women, the challenge of anti-discrimination rights

The European Parliament in Brussels is hosting a conference titled “Islam and Women”, where various Muslim women participants who live in Europe are expressing their viewpoints, some of which are even contradictory. “To fight discrimination against women you have to invest in education and economic growth. Religion is the least ...

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Awareness-raising campaign to help prevent obesity and diabetes

On the occasion of World Diabetes Day, the Pasteur Clinic in partnership with Novo Nordisk will organize a public awareness-raising campaign to help prevent obesity and diabetes. The campaign will start on November 11 in Sfax, in the Diabetic club “of the “Maison du diabéte” with music, art and dance ...

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The Rise Of The African Woma

In March, the MasterCard Index of Women Entrepreneurs (MIWE) report was released and it contained good news. Uganda has the highest percentage (34.8%) of women business owners in the world. The East African country led in various key components of the survey; the highest percentage (90.5%) of female entrepreneurs in ...

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Syrian refugee ties the knot Tunisia

After fleeing conflict in his hometown of Aleppo, Chawket overcame adversity and tradition to find happiness in his adopted home. Dressed in a dark suit and bow tie, his hair neatly combed to one side, 30-year-old Syrian refugee Chawket Cheikh Mohammed smiles warmly as the guests congratulate him and his ...

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Tunisian marriage ban rescinded; freedoms for women grow

Since 1973, Tunisian women have been prohibited from marrying men who were not of the state religion. But this recently changed, according to Women for Middle East Hope, a project of SAT-7, a Christian satellite television ministry to the Middle East and North Africa. Free to Marry The goal of Women for ...

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