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Egypt's women dreams for 2017 differ according to age and social class; dreams of vegetable vendors differ on the dreams of private sector employee, the dreams of women in their fifties differ from those in their twenties; however, the dream of lower commodity prices was shared amongst all women.
It is particularly ironic that the month of March is selected to mark the yearly celebration of Women Day worldwide, and also Mother Day in Egypt, as March symbolized the god of war, Mars, in ancient Roman myths and legends.
Swiss ambassador to Egypt, Markus Leitner, confirmed the importance of strengthening the role played by women in the economic domain, and of supporting their access to employment.
Mājid `Osmān, member of the National Council for Women (NCW), said that the greatest challenge for the Council is to work on women's economic empowerment through establishing small scale projects in light of the rise of unemployment rate among women in Egypt to 25%.
From Queen Nefertari to the activist Shaimā' al-Ghattās, Egypt's plastic artist Inās al-Hendi, through her art exhibition entitled “Women From Egypt”, portrays female personalities from different fields.
The Egyptian Center for Women Rights (ECWR) is organizing a meeting scheduled for next Wednesday, January 6th, to discuss the law on civil service in general, as well as the law's impact on women who are working.
Nawāl al-Saʿdāwī was born in Kafr Tahlah in Egypt's Delta, in 1931. Arab Women's Solidarity Association (AWSA) which was headed by al-Saʿdāwī  came to existence as an international non-profit organization that aims at promoting Arab women's active participation in social, economic, cultural, and...
 ‘Adil Labib, a local development minister, said that he was not convinced of appointing a woman as governor because many women are not qualified for such a job. Women living in rural regions in Egypt face many challenges because of the lack of education and social services available to them...
At a UNESCO conference called “Freedom of the Press in the World Today” Egyptian Ambassador Mīrfat al-Tālawī said that for her, the value of the conference lies in getting  to know the challenges facing women in becoming leaders of media organizations and in being able to secure decision-making...
 An NGO called the “Sisters’ Network” is holding the first ever panel that addresses problems confronting modern women from an Islamic perspective. The President of the organization explained that the organization relies on principles of women’s rights in Islam. The conference is being held in...

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