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“Here are the Women”

Farah Kobaissy

Abstract


This article sheds light on the labor movement in Egypt, examines the vital role of the Egyptian female worker within it and tries to analyze how her active contribution in the past few years has led to the emergence of women leaders who played a prominent role in strikes and protests in a number of factories and assembly lines. It also examines how much women are capable, in the midst of the said movement, of breaking the barrier of sexual discrimination.


Keywords


Women workers; Female workers

References


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DOI: 10.32380/alrj.v0i0.21

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