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Saudi Arabia is taking major steps to improve women’s rights in the kingdom.

Just in the past ten days, four major decisions were approved by the kingdom’s Justice Ministry that will have a significantly positive impact on Saudi women, according to Al Arabiya.

While there definitely still is a long way to go before women have equal rights, these recent decisions demonstrate that Riyadh is serious about narrowing the gender gap.

Read more here: http://stepfeed.com/saudi-arabia-just-took-4-major-steps-to-improve-women-s-rights-7985

August 17, 2017

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