Islamic feminism and Arab family laws: Perspectives from Morocco, Egypt and Lebanon
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Editor. (2021). Islamic feminism and Arab family laws: Perspectives from Morocco, Egypt and Lebanon. Al-Raida Journal, 44(2), 95 - 98. https://doi.org/10.32380/alrj.v44i2.1871

Abstract

The following papers included in this issue of Al-Raida—written by Connie Carøe Christiansen, Fatima Outaleb and Fatima Sadiqi, Azza Soliman and Sara Abdel Ghany, and Youmna Makhlouf and Reem Maghribi—were originally published in March 2020 as part of a Carnegie Corporation-funded project that was led by the Arab Institute for Women (The AiW). The excerpt below offers insight into the goals and aims of the project, and is republished with permission from The AiW’s website. For more information, please go to the following page: https://aiw.lau.edu.lb/projects/carnegie-project.php.  

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