SHELINA ZAHRA JANMOHAMED: Last Thursday was the first International Day of the Girl Child. It made me focus on my own particular role as a mother.
SHELINA ZAHRA JANMOHAMED: It’s a debate without end it seems – should there be ‘boy’ toys and ‘girl’ toys. I’m quite firm on the matter
ABU MOHAMMED: Raising children in the United States provides challenges that are all too familiar. Raising them in Saudi Arabia brings different issues, however.
MICH CAFE: It’s an issue throughout the Arab world and beyond. Finally, it’s being addressed.
AMERICAN BEDU: They have names that are familiar to families in Saudi Arabia. Who are their families?
SHELINA ZAHRA JANMOHAMED: They’re full of contradictory advice which will only make you feel inept. Forget them.