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WoMen Dialogue Magazine offers online articles for a wide range of readers who share a common interest in women’s rights in Denmark, the Middle East and North Africa. Target audiences include individuals, organisations and companies working with women’s rights and involved in Danish-Arab partnerships projects Read more
“Secularism is not against religion … We chose civil marriage because we believe it is the best expression of a relationship built on true partnership, and equality … We wanted to determine the...
“When all is said and done, there’s only one way to help the poor women in rural areas – provide them with an income.”This is the belief of Manal Elattir, Moroccan social entrepreneur and founder of...
Children break out in song when Crown Princess Mary leaves the LDDF’s Injad centre. The women’s organisation LDDF, La Ligue Démocratique des Droits des Femmes [Democratic League for Women’s Rights],...
It began as an ideological standoff; it ended with a velvet revolution. The Moroccan family law, which colloquially is known as the Moudawana, was a hot topic back in 1999 and 2000, when it split...
In many countries, for example Egypt and Tunisia, the reverberations from the recent popular risings – the Arab Spring – have lead to increased polarisation regarding the issue of equality. However,...
Egypt has undergone huge changes over the past few years. Upon Hosni Mubarak stepping back in 2011, the Egyptians elected Mohamed Mursi from The Muslim Brotherhood as their president in June 2012....
The atmosphere under the glass-roofed assembly hall at Borups Højskole is abuzz. Those assembled are all here to attend the Faith & Sexuality conference, arranged as a collaboration between...