Kazakhstan 5 September 11:52
Kazakhstan as a member of the UN Security Council stands for the early achievement of peace in Afghanistan and the improvement of the situation of women in the country.
Economy news 9 August 09:15
The Association of Women Entrepreneurs of Azerbaijan plans to expand the cooperation with similar organizations in various states in the territory of the former Soviet Union, Chairwoman of the Association's Board Sakina Babayeva told Trend.
Economy news 7 August 13:21
Thanks to Mehriban Aliyeva, interest of Azerbaijani women for participation in country’s socio-political life increased - State Committee
Politics 30 May 11:14
Thanks to the fruitful activity of First Vice President of Azerbaijan Mehriban Aliyeva, the interest of Azerbaijani women for active participation in the country’s socio-political life has increased, Hijran Huseynova, chairperson of the State Committee for Family, Women and Children Affairs, said.
Turkey 16 May 18:53
In 2017, young people accounted for 16.1 percent of the Turkish population, the Turkish Statistics Institute (TUIK) said in a message released May 16.
Arab World 13 January 07:48
In a historic move permitted by Saudi rulers, a stadium in Saudi Arabia’s second city, Jeddah, allowed women to attend a soccer match between two local teams
Economy news 17 November 2017 14:53
The development of entrepreneurship among women is an important catalyst for the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), UN Resident Coordinator in Azerbaijan Ghulam Isaczai said.
Other News 11 October 2017 16:23
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) urges its member states to pay special attention to girls' education.
Politics 16 June 2017 11:27
The United States-Azerbaijan Chamber of Commerce (USACC) in conjunction with over twenty women business leaders, CEO’s and entrepreneurs successfully concluded a briefing on Capitol Hill, titled “Transformation and Economic Empowerment of Women: Case Studies of Georgia and Azerbaijan.”
Turkey 31 July 2014 01:31
A speech made by the Turkish Deputy Prime Minister urging women not to laugh in public in order to "preserve morality" has sparked a backlash on social media from women posting defiant selfies of themselves laughing at his remarks, The Independent reported.