The UAE women are playing an important role in every walk of life in the country. WAM
The UAE offers significant growth opportunities to women for growth across sectors and the country’s women entrepreneurs have acquired significant attention in recent years through their innovative ideas and advance skills.
The prejudiced views include: that men are better politicians and business leaders than women; that going to university is more important for men than women; and that men should get preferential treatment in competitive job markets.
The increasing number of startups led by female founders in the UAE is a telling indication of their empowerment. For its third cohort of the year, Hub71 selected 19 new startups with headquarters in nine countries, specialised in 11 sectors,
Emirati women are taking the initiative to advance, enrich and diversify the UAE’s publishing industry. They have been one of the cornerstones of the nation’s development since it was founded in 1971. Emirati women have proved that they are no less
It was an unusual announcement by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai, on X when he sought applications from competent persons for the post of Minister for Youth. No country in the world ever does that.
Children across the country returned to school this year after enduring the hottest summer in recorded history, one punctuated by extreme heat and wildfire smoke that kept millions shuttered indoors for days, even weeks, on end. As parents and families seek solutions to the mounting climate crisis, they should
On the occasion of my mother-in-law’s 100th birthday, I asked for her thoughts as she contemplated a second century. “Keep your mind open and your mouth shut!” she quickly replied. I disagreed with the latter part of that sentence, but out of respect I kept my mouth shut. Four months later she passed away.
It’s a Monday in September, but with schools closed, the three children in the Pruente household have nowhere to be. Callahan, 13, contorts herself into a backbend as 7-year-old Hudson fiddles with a balloon and 10-year-old Keegan plays the piano. Like a growing number of students around the US, the Pruente