The DHA shared these statistics to highlight Emirati women’s notable contributions on the occasion of Emirati Women’s Day, which falls on Aug.28 of every year.
“I feel proud of my work at Dubai Police, which has a great reputation worldwide and has made high level police achievements. Dubai Police is a dream and destination for many young people seeking excellence, creativity and innovation..."
The Emirati women are a story that we are proud of and that their empowerment is a fundamental priority in the Emirati development vision, say Sheikh Mohammed and Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed.
Sharing her thoughts on International’s Women's Day, the former five-time Lebanese tennis champion Sandrine Jabra expresses her admiration to all women who are proving themselves in all fields including sports.
Women took to the streets in peaceful democracies and in countries gripped by conflict, though in far smaller numbers than last year, when the full force of the COVID-19 pandemic had yet to hit the world.
Varun took to Instagram on Monday evening to share photographs with wife Natasha Dalal, his mother and sister-in-law.
The beautiful actress sheds light on how she is absolutely against objectifying women. Knightly feels the world expects women to focus more on how to look and not how to think.
The woman lost her cool on being addressed as 'aunty' by the girl and started hurling abuses at her. She even slapped the teenager, pulled her by her hair and a fight broke out between them.
The UAE has made significant progress in its mission to empower women in the workforce across various sectors and the nation’s women can today be classified as role models for the rest of the world.
Qamar appeared on a television show alongside Sirmed to share their thoughts on Aurat March 2020. However, tempers flared soon after the two got into an argument about one of the slogans (mera jism, meri marzi — my body, my choice), which is championed by those who are organising the march.