a car may lead women to go out of the house more often. the state will aspire to strengthen family ties, maintain its arab and islamic values and care for all its members, and to provide the right conditions for the growth of their resources and capabilities. driving cars may lead to overcrowding the streets and many young men may be deprived of the opportunity to drive.
But before doing that, she's launched an essay contest where the winner gets the farm. ulema, saudi's religious authorities, opposed the idea of issuing separate identity cards for women. the issues that have been raised, and that are of the utmost importance, are: representation for women in shari'a courts; setting a [minimum] age for girls' marriages; allowing women to take care of their own affairs in government agencies and allowing them to enter government buildings; protecting women from domestic violence, such as physical or verbal violence, or keeping her from studies, work, or marriage, or forcing her to divorce .
was announced in may 2017 that king salman had passed an order allowing women to obtain government services such as education and health care without the need of permission from a guardian. women do not need male permission to apply for the card, but do need it to travel abroad. they point to women whose careers were ended by the guardians, or who lost their children because of a lack of custody rights.
but before doing that, she's launched an essay contest where the winner gets the farm. saudi activist wajeha al-huwaider agrees that most saudi men are caring, but "it's the same kind of feeling they have for handicapped people or for animals. 2008, women were allowed to enter hotels and furnished apartments without their mahram if they had their national identification cards.
essay to Marion Post Wolcott section of an overview relating to women photojournalists (Prints and Photographs Reading Room, Library of Congress)Women's rights in saudi arabia. 2014, a saudi arabian woman became the first female anchor to appear on saudi state television without a headscarf. royal decree passed in may 2017 allowed them to avail government services such as education and healthcare without the need of a consent of a male guardian.