In a village in southern Yemen, girls are mostly left out of schools. But one girl who managed to get some education now inspires others.
In Egypt, child brides and grooms explain why they married before the legal age.
Researchers are delving into the causes of child marriage and trying to learn how to prevent it.
In Tunisia and Jordan, women find it easy to enter university gates, but hard to get past office doors.
A new report finds a high proportion of Arab children and adolescents are either not in school or at risk of dropping out.
The writer researches the direct and hidden gender biases in school textbooks, and the negative messages they convey about women’s economic participation.
The concentration of Lebanese universities in cities means many young women cannot attend, and forces them to join village Islamic institutes.
With sports growing more popular among young people, the Physical Training College for Girls, in Egypt, helps some women find jobs.
A new strategy will encourage young Qatari men to enroll in universities, but more is needed to combat the problem regionally.