The article reports on the success of a seminar featuring a number of Egyptian actors and actresses. The author explains that the reason behind the organization of that seminar was a friend’s strong opposition to his belief that an actress can be a good housewife.
Nurses and nursing in general tends to evoke images of humble service and caring for the sick and infirm through compassion and love. The author maintains that if a nurse lacks beauty, knowledge and delicacy, then the perfect place for her would be prison not a hospital. She argues that nurses receive training on how to best manage the psychological and thus, the medical care of the patients.
The article sheds light on a recent community service effort by the Egyptian Ministry of Education. High-school girls were divided into three groups sent to three different villages. There, the girls were asked to examine the living conditions and attempt to find solutions to the problems they encounter under teacher supervision.
The article focuses on the increasing rate of juvenile violence, maintaining that fragile family structure and marital family instability are strongly associated with juvenile delinquency. The author calls on women to engage in child-saving activities given the failure of the rehabilitative efforts of the juvenile justice system.
The article explores the history of the Cairo Ladies Club; its establishment, terms of membership, activities (such as sewing) and support given to some charity houses. The Club issues a monthly newsletter to highlight its achievements. It also holds a painting exhibition that brings Egyptian female artists together on an annual basis.
The article is about the New Woman Society, its establishment, contributions and activities. The Society launched a school for underprivileged girls. the article sheds light on the unmatched demand on carpets woven by the school girls who excelled in that industry. The Society’s activities were not limited to practical education. They also include arithmetic, science and hygiene.
The article presents a review of women-related political news of the month of November 1953 (or ‘women’s rights month’ as referred to in the article). In November, the issue of women’s rights was brought into the political arena amid fierce battles, some of which took part in the UN and the rest in Cairo.
This article addresses the men who oppose women’s rights and equality, although they are in great need of them. The working woman serves her community in a variety of ways; they are secretaries, doctors, nurses, teachers and lawyers. All these women are an example of sacrifice and dedication, and no man can live without their help.
The article features Egypt's first female engineers: Raouth Tadros and Amina El-Moghanni; both graduated from Fouad I University. The author maintains that the right place for women is at home, in the factory, field, school, hospital, and the community in its entirety. The article also features Gandhi's sister, Raliatbehn, relating the struggle story of that lady who was over eighty years of age.
The article delves into the history of Egyptian women’s involvement in military efforts, tracing their participation in armed struggles where they fought side by side with men in defense of their country. The article hails the women of Port Said as a model of female heroism as they stood in the face of violent enemy fire and inflicted great losses on them.