Forbidden to drive - Chloé Wary

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Saudi Arabia is the only country in the world where women are not allowed to drive.

Today, Saudi women study abroad, work, vote and can be elected... but not drive their own car.

After five years in London, Nour returned to Saudi Arabia.

This return made her feel uneasy, until she came across a group of women who were determined to claim their independence.

On November 10, 1990, 47 of them took the wheel and became the pioneers of a feminist movement demanding the right to drive!

Product information

Publication Year
2017
Technical specification

Author : Chloé Wary
Publisher: Steinkis
Format : Album
Presentation : Hardcover
Binding : Paperback
Weight : 332 g
Dimensions
18,8 × 25,7 × 1,8 cm
Number of Pages
112
EAN
9782368460900

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