'Saudi Women Revolution' makes a stand for equal rightsl

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2011/05/04
This article is about "Saudi Women Revolution," a movement set up to campaign for the end of Saudi Arabia's discriminatory laws. Their chief aim is ending male guardianship, which means Saudi women often need permission from their husband, father, brother or even son to work, travel, study, marry, or access health care, according to Human Rights Watch. Read more at CNN
Relates to Saudi Arabia
Sectors: Gender Discrimination, Political Participation/Governance
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