Women Against War in the Middle East

On which side are we standing; War or Peace? This is the question I am asking from myself each time a threatening news is released about Iran in media. This is my answer so far: War is the time for generals who are bragging for each other, Peace is the time for women who are [...]

May 22, 2012 · Maryam Khazaeli · Comments Closed
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He, She but not We

Dancing and singing, mingling with opposite gender playmates; these can be primary hobbies of children under 7 years old going to kindergartens but in what has recently been  defined as” Islamized kindergartens” these very basic entertainments are forbidden in the kindergartens in Iran. Willingness of Iran regime to have “Islamized” communities and learning environments is [...]

May 17, 2012 · Maryam Khazaeli · Comments Closed
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Teleworking could serve as a boost to Emiratisation

Teleworking, defined as working from home at least two days a week on a computer that is linked to the employer’s office, is not just being out the office and doing your job using your computer at home. Though it provides employees good work-life balance while reduces carbon foot print and is more environmentally friendly, [...]

January 15, 2012 · Maryam Khazaeli · Comments Closed
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Women;Forward thoughts,Backward seats

Federal National Election, FNC, was held on Sept 24th in the UAE. Among all the advertisements for FNC candidates, the role of women draw my specific attention. United Arab Emirates as a Middle Eastern Country had its own cultural barriers for women to get into power during the last decade. Now,  the rise of UAE [...]

September 25, 2011 · Maryam Khazaeli · Comments Closed
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