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featured on Slate: What Would Driverless Cars Mean for Saudi Women?

featured on Slate: What Would Driverless Cars Mean for Saudi Women?

Could technological advancement bring progress to one of the world's most restrictive societies?
 

The degradation of women in the kingdom is, like the Saudi sun, pervasive and unyielding. In 2015, the World Economic Forum ranked Saudi Arabia 134th out of 145 nations for gender equality, with women trailing men in virtually every political, social, and economic metric. Yet, among the myriad of discriminatory policies in Saudi Arabia, few are as iconic or emotionally charged as the driving ban. Despite being the only country in the world with such a policy, Saudi Arabia has been resistant to activists calling for reform, responding harshly to protests andrepeatedly affirming the ban on female drivers.


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Featured on The New Republic: Becoming American in the Age of Trump

Featured on The New Republic: Becoming American in the Age of Trump

For REORIENT Magazine: Sayed Kashua, "Native," Outcast

For REORIENT Magazine: Sayed Kashua, "Native," Outcast