Loading...Riyadh- The Past And The Present!
Loading...Women Can Choose Different Careers!
Loading...In a symposium on empowering women organized by the Human Rights Commission and the United Nations Office in Riyadh, the President of Human Rights Commission Dr. Bandar bin Mohammed Al-Aiban said that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is proceeding towards empowering women and enhancing their participation in the development. The symposium reviewed the Kingdom's efforts in promoting women's rights as well as a number of successful experiences of Saudi women in various fields. Its wonderful..
Loading...Girls have not always been able to go to school in Riyadh. Enrollment at the first school for girls, Dar Al Hanan, began in 1955. The Riyadh College of Education, the first higher education institution for women, opened in 1970.
Loading...In 2009, King Abdullah appointed the first female minister to Saudi Arabia's government. Noura al-Fayez became the deputy education minister for women's affairs.