ln this episode, it is through the efforts of researchers and scientists in Senegal, Morocco and Palestine that we see how training, research and experience help women manage and maximize natural resources to improve their living conditions.
Reports-Published dateSaturday, January 2, 2010 - 00:00
Journal articlesGENDER ROLES PATRIARCHY WOMEN'S RIGHTS MEN'S ROLE WOMEN'S ROLE MEDIA NATIONALIZATION GENDER EQUALITY FOLK CULTURE
Desirable Masculinity/Femininity and Nostalgia of the "Anti-Modern": Bab el-Hara Television Series as a Site of Production
Varying manifestations of masculinity and femininity are often on display in various
forms of popular culture. The following essay will analyze the kinds of desires andPublished dateMonday, January 2, 2012 - 00:00
Male migration and the Lebanese family : impact on the wife left behind; an Arab families working group policy brief
The study analyzes data collected from a sample of households in which the husband migrated to work abroad. Remittances were sent by all migrants to their families who stayed behind, either on a regular basis or sporadically.Published date2011