Nominate Imprisoned Saudi Women’s Rights Advocate for Nobel Peace Prize

I invite you to join me in nominating Saudi human rights activist Loujain al-Hathloul for the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize. Loujain is one of the most

prominent and outspoken women human rights defenders in Saudi Arabia. She is well-known for campaigning against the driving ban and the campaign to end the male guardianship system. In 2014, she was detained for 73 days after she attempted to drive into
Saudi Arabia from the United Arab Emirates. Loujain also went on to stand for election in Saudi Arabia in November 2015 – the first time women were allowed to both vote and stand in elections in the state. Despite finally being recognized as a candidate, her
name was never added to the ballot.

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Nominate Imprisoned Saudi Women’s Rights Advocate for Nobel Peace Prize

I invite you to join me in nominating Saudi human rights activist Loujain al-Hathloul for the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize. Loujain is one of the most

prominent and outspoken women human rights defenders in Saudi Arabia. She is well-known for campaigning against the driving ban and the campaign to end the male guardianship system. In 2014, she was detained for 73 days after she attempted to drive into
Saudi Arabia from the United Arab Emirates. Loujain also went on to stand for election in Saudi Arabia in November 2015 – the first time women were allowed to both vote and stand in elections in the state. Despite finally being recognized as a candidate, her
name was never added to the ballot.

Read More

Nominate Saudi Women’s Rights Advocate for Nobel Peace Prize

I invite you to join me in nominating Saudi human rights activist Loujain al-Hathloul for the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize. Loujain is one of the most

prominent and outspoken women human rights defenders in Saudi Arabia. She is well-known for campaigning against the driving ban and the campaign to end the male guardianship system. In 2014, she was detained for 73 days after she attempted to drive into
Saudi Arabia from the United Arab Emirates. Loujain also went on to stand for election in Saudi Arabia in November 2015 – the first time women were allowed to both vote and stand in elections in the state. Despite finally being recognized as a candidate, her
name was never added to the ballot.

Read More

Nominate Imprisoned Saudi Women’s Rights Advocate for Nobel Peace Prize

I invite you to join me in nominating Saudi human rights activist Loujain al-Hathloul for the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize. Loujain is one of the most

prominent and outspoken women human rights defenders in Saudi Arabia. She is well-known for campaigning against the driving ban and the campaign to end the male guardianship system. In 2014, she was detained for 73 days after she attempted to drive into
Saudi Arabia from the United Arab Emirates. Loujain also went on to stand for election in Saudi Arabia in November 2015 – the first time women were allowed to both vote and stand in elections in the state. Despite finally being recognized as a candidate, her
name was never added to the ballot.

Read More