“…(Women) are agents of change, we are drivers of progress, we are makers of peace – all we need is a fighting chance.” Thus spoke Hillary Clinton, former First Lady of the United States, once. Men have always dominated various fields of life, be it in
"I enjoy it a lot," says Matroushi, holding up her oil-stained work glove. "Because I'm on top of my job, and it's my business, I belong to it: I feel proud of myself." Cars have been a hobby for Matroushi, 36, since childhood.
Al Zaabi said that being the first woman in the list of eight referees is a great honour. Al Zaabi also encouraged young girls to play sports and achieve excellence in a sport.
Sheikh Sultan’s immediate response followed a call from the student to the Direct Line programme broadcast live on Sharjah Radio and TV, in which she said that she had obtained admission from one of the most reputable global universities in Japan to study for a master’s degree in it.
In Atrophy, she brings together natural and industrial elements, which indicate the state of tension between man’s attempts to carve out a living from natural resources, which often get out of hand in the quest for revenue.
Held at Zayed Sports City’s Jiu-Jitsu Arena and featuring more than 1,000 male and female participants from 42 countries, UAE Youth players showed excellent technical skills to secure 35 gold medals.
The “Ironman” is a triathlon race, similar to a marathon. It begins with swimming, then cycling, and ends with running. The total distance of competitions is 113km in the three competitions...
Emirati women have played a predominant role in the United Arab Emirates as encouraged by the leadership and as inspired by the nation’s founding father, the late His Highness Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan.
The exhibition comes as part of societal partnership and community responsibility and within the ministry's efforts to improve the role of Emirati families and promote the vision of "welfare to development;"