By Souad Adnane
The position of women within mainly Muslim countries is a complicated/complex issue that needs to be handled from different perspectives so to be apprehended. Otherwise, the puzzle would be missing pieces. It is even more complex to suggest “solutions” since they would easily scramble under the deeply rooted wall of traditions and religious interpretations.
Souad Adnane, is a women’s rights activist in Morocco. She served as a project coordinator for five years in different local and international NGOs. She is currently in charge of coordinating and monitoring a community development program aiming at improving life conditions of vulnerable populations in the MENA region. She is also the Foreign Relations Coordinator of the Arab Center for Scientific Research & Humane Studies.