Saudi change in female driver legislation a positive step in the right direction

Arab Millennial today welcomes a lift on the ban of prospective female drivers in Saudi Arabia. Whilst other patriarchal issues are yet to be addressed in Saudi, this is a step in the right direction and follows the suspension of a Saudi cleric, Saad...

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Arab Millennial launches Project Support programme

Arab Millennial has today launched its “Project Support” initiative. Arab Millennial Project Support (AMPS) is an initiative that helps similar, socially-conscious enterprises improve their operations in terms of visibility, website impressions, social impact and revenue. We do not charge upfront costs for website design,...

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Yazidis: the oppressed minorities of the Arab world

Who are Yazidis? Yazidis are an ethno-religious minority group in the Arab World, most of whom reside in Northern Iraq/Kurdistan. *** Current persecution of Yazidis If you do not know who Ms. Nadia Murad is, you may only need a little reminding. She is...

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AM welcomes UK government criminalisation of online hate speech

Arab Millennial welcomes decisions made by the UK’s Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) to treat online hate speech as seriously as real-life hate crime. We believe that the criminalisation of racist, homophobic, misogynistic, transphobic, anti-Semitic and Islamophobic online hate speech is completely in line with...

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AM welcomes steps made towards full women’s equality in Tunisia

Arab Millennial would like to congratulate Tunisia on its progressive step towards gender equality. Arab Millennial stands in support of President Beji Caed Essibsi constitutional recommendation made during his speech on the National Women’s Day (Sunday, August 13, 2017). The recommendation grants women equality...

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