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Yousef Al Otaiba, Double Life of UAE Ambassador in DC

United Arab Emirates Ambassador to the United States Hacked Emails Reveal Party Life Luxury trips, sex trafficking and drugs raise question on state of Women in the UAE The Intercept ran an investigation on the United Arab Emirates ambassador to the United States Yousef Al Otaiba. For years, he lived a double life entertaining high-end Washington leaders with alcohol, drugs and prostituted women.  It was not until the two worlds collided in leaked emails that showed the ambassadors lavish lifestyle. Nevertheless, the question was raised on the worth of women in a country where powerful men can get away with almost anything. […]

September 27th, 2017|Categories: blog|Tags: , |

Naz Smyth Divorce! Divorce! Divorce!

Divorce! Divorce! Divorce! Muslim women in India ban sexist divorce law With Urban legends Candy Man and Bloody Mary you speak three words, they appear. Imagine now uttering divorce, divorce, divorce and just like that your marriage is over. This isn’t an urban legend. However, in some Muslim countries, the Triple Talaq permits it. Acts like these go against women’s rights in ways that lessens them as a human. Countries like India are taking action.   […]

September 9th, 2017|Categories: blog|Tags: , , , , |

The Rise of Female Leaders in the United Kingdom by Naz Smyth

 The business world has traditionally been led by men. Women have been pushed to the backburner because they are seen as too “nice”, and they cannot do the dirty deeds necessary to run a business. A good CEO needs to be ruthless, smart, and decisive. Women have been seen as weak, soft, and too forgiving. So, the business world has always filled these leadership roles with men, until now. Just a few decades ago, women were not seen in the boardroom. They were home in the kitchen, cooking and waiting for their husbands to come home. However, the rise of females in power has led to women occupying around 25% of the FTSE boardrooms (We Are The City), a dramatic change from just 50 years [...]

June 3rd, 2017|Categories: None|Tags: , , |