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In Case You Missed It: The Sister Duo behind Diwan Bookstores
How two Egyptian sisters are changing the publishing industry in Cairo
While other avenues of self-expression in Egypt, the likes of journalism and media, frequently come under fire on grounds of censorship, Cairo’s book-selling industry is a robust source of social life thanks to a pair of female entrepreneurs. Sisters Nadia and Hind Wassef, graduates of the American University in Cairo, founded their combination café book store in 2002 to serve as a casual hangout that hosts up-and-coming artists, musicians, lecturers, and filmmakers, all while curating books in four languages for adults and children alike.
Online Freelance: An Unexplored Opportunity for Women’s Economic Empowerment
Bush Institute WE Lead Scholar Hana Elghoul shares how her organization empowers women from Tunisia, and throughout the MENA region, with the necessary tools to find online freelance job opportunities.
Why WE Lead: The Day Mrs. Laura Bush Visited Us in Amman
WE Lead Scholar Ruba Rihani writes about a recent visit by President and Mrs. Bush to her nonprofit organization in Amman, Jordan that provides leadership and vocational training to Jordanian women and Syrian refugees.
A Dad’s Perspective on Empowering Girls
Fighting for women's empowerment shouldn’t be a woman’s struggle alone. Support from male allies is needed, and that support begins with dads and father figures.