At a London conference on the rights of women in the Middle East, founder of the AHA Foundation Ayaan Hirsi Ali proposed to end placing women under the control of male guardians. The conference addressed the difficult human rights situation facing women and girls in the Middle East.
The AHA Foundation > At a London conference, founder of the AHA Foundation Ayaan Hirsi Ali proposed to end placing women under the control of male guardians.
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