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What Is Next for Egypt's Women?
Arzu Kaya Uranli
Independent Journalist & Lecturer
We don't know yet what is coming next in Egypt. But we all know that true democracy can only be possible in a society where women are safe in public and when women's rights are in effect.
Lessons From the 2012 Women's Global Forum: Day One
Vice President, Tupperware Brands
Women in the world today have the ability to be a part of things that not even a few years ago would have been unheard of.
Women and the Arab Spring
Executive Director, Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and ...
Real and lasting change will take time, so we must take advantage of every opportunity to work with our allies to hold to the path to democracy and inclusiveness. We must support national voices calling for women's inclusion and empowerment.
Empowering Egyptian Women Through Music
Cynthia P. Schneider
Cultural Diplomacy Expert; Fmr. U.S. Ambassador to Netherlands
The U.S. Embassy in Cairo, specifically cultural attaché Michael Hankey and his team, "get it." In this time of uncertainty and change, they have developed an innovative program that delivers something young Egyptian women want: a platform to leverage their own voices.
EXCLUSIVE: Women In Egypt Speak About Participating In Protests
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