Saudi Arabia announced that it would allow adult women to obtain passports, travel and work without securing the permission of a male relative, significantly weakening the kingdom’s “guardianship” system. 8/2/2019
Barriers for women include not only sexual harassment, but also persistent disparities in pay and promotion, as well as structural impediments — in child care, scheduling and other workplace policies. 4/22/2017
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