Al Raida Journal

Issue 133-134, Spring-Summer 2011

Arab Women in Latin America

Roundtable on Gender Research in Iraq: Reality & ExpectationsRoundtable on Gender Research in Iraq: Reality & Expectations

International Conference: Arab Countries in Transition: Gender Rights & Constitutional ReformInternational Conference: Arab Countries in Transition: Gender Rights & Constitutional Reform

Winners of the 2014 Mary Turner Lane AwardWinners of the 2014 Mary Turner Lane Award

International Conference: Arab Countries in Transition: Gender Rights and Constitutional Reform

 Under the patronage of the Minister of Education, Elias Bou Saab, the Institute for Women’s Studies in the Arab World at the Lebanese American University hosted an international conference titled “Arab Countries in Transition: Gender Rights and Constitutional Reform” from June 23 until June 25 . The international conference was organized in partnership with the Women and Memory Forum-Egypt, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Rule of Law Program MENA Region and the Danish Centre for Research and Information on Gender, Equality, and Diversity (KVINFO). More…

Roundtable on Gender Research in Iraq: Reality & Expectations

On June 26, 2014 IWSAW held a roundtable entitled Gender Research in Iraq: Reality & Expectations, an initiative sponsored by Open Society Institute, International Women’s Program. It built on a recently implemented project Gender Training for Iraqi Academics & Researchers to discuss the current status of gender research in the Arab world with special focus on Iraq, and to shed light on the importance of proposal writing to attract funding as well as the importance of networking with regional and international research centers, universities and NGOs. More…