EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN | Amal Clooney Partners With Cartier To Empower Women At Dubai Expo 2020

Come October when the EXPO2020 opens in Dubai, French luxury brand Cartier plans to set up a Women’s Pavilion. Dedicated to discussion about the role of women in society and how to tackle issue of gender equality, the pavilion celebrates female achiever through a series of talks.  Prominent human right lawyer Amal Clooney, who has long spoken out for women’s rights, will be lending her support to the cause.

Aside from Clooney, the conversation will be fuelled by a community of scientists, artists, politicians and female entrepreneurs. Cartier’s pavilion will be located in the Sustainability District, and is so for the only one sponsored by a luxury brand. The pavilion has been endorsed by Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, the executive director of UN Women, who applauded the UAE for creating the opportunity.

With the support of the Expo’s director, Her Ecellency Reem Al Hashimy, this will be one of the first steps the watch and jewellery maker takes to improve its social and environmental policies. Cyrille Vigneron, the president of Cartier, said, ‘The Women’s Pavilion is an exciting new chapter in the Maison’s long-standing commitment to support women change – makers’. As gender equality movements take hold all  over the world, fashion houses are making progressive strides to do their part for the women that support them.


U.S. Urges Saudi Arabia To Give Up Special Developing Nation Status At WTO

The United States called on Saudi Arabia on Wednesday to renounce its special and differential treatment in negotiations at the World Trade Organization (WTO), nothing the G20 member was designed as a high – income country by the World Bank. ‘Saudi Arabia is a wealthy and influential player in the global economy’, Washington said in … More U.S. Urges Saudi Arabia To Give Up Special Developing Nation Status At WTO

Saudi Arabia To Provide Free COVID-19 Vaccines In Pharmacies: Health Minister

Saudi Arabia will provide coronavirus vaccines in pharmacies around the Kingdom for free, the country’s Minister of Health  Dr. Tawfik al – Rabiah told Al Araiya on Wednesday. This comes as part of efforts to expand the ongoing inoculation campaign and facilitate access to vaccine sites, he added. Over 100 vaccine centers have opened around … More Saudi Arabia To Provide Free COVID-19 Vaccines In Pharmacies: Health Minister

BAFTA Announces All British Nominees For EE Rising Star Award

‘One Night In Miami’ actor Kingsley Ben – Adir and ‘The Personal History of David Cooperfield’ actress Morfydd Clark are among this year’s nominees for the EE Rising Star Award, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) said on Wednesday. The list of five contenders, all British, also includes ‘Rocks’ actress Bukky Bakray, Conrad … More BAFTA Announces All British Nominees For EE Rising Star Award

UK’s Prince Philip, 99, Moves Hospital For Heart Tests

Britain’s Prince Philip, the 99-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth, was transferred to a different hospital in central London on Monday to have test for a pre-existing heart condition and receive treatment for an infection. Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, was admitted to London’s private King Edward VII hospital two weeks ago for treatment for an … More UK’s Prince Philip, 99, Moves Hospital For Heart Tests

Blinken Calls On Yemen’s Houthis To Match Saudi, Yemen Go’vt Commitment To End War

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Monday that Saudi Arabia and the government of Yemen are ‘committed and eager’ to find a way to end the war in Yemen and called on the Houthi group to do the same. Speaking after a visit to the region by his Yemen envoy Tim Lenderking, Blinken … More Blinken Calls On Yemen’s Houthis To Match Saudi, Yemen Go’vt Commitment To End War

Saudi Plans To Order 70 Jets From Airbus, Boeing Jets, Says Report

State – owned Saudi Arabian Airlines (SAUDIA) plans to order 70 airliners from Airbus and Boeing, Saudi news outlet Maaal reported on Monday, citing unidentified sources. Saudia is in talks with local banks to raise 11.5 billion riyals ($3.07 billion) to partly finance an order for Airbus A321 narrow – bodied jets and Boeing 777 … More Saudi Plans To Order 70 Jets From Airbus, Boeing Jets, Says Report


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