Saudi-hosted women's conference, organized by OIC, concludes after addressing key issues
Jeddah, November 08, 2023, The International Conference on Women in Islam, "Status and Empowerment," hosted by Saudi Arabia and organized by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), concluded after three days. Ministers, officials, scholars, and intellectuals engaged in five working sessions discussing women's issues in the Islamic world.
During the closing session, Dr. Hala bint Mazyad Al-Tuwaijri, President of the Human Rights Commission for Saudi Arabia, and head of the Kingdom's delegation, expressed gratitude to King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud for patronizing the conference. She highlighted the Kingdom's Vision 2030, led by the Crown Prince, focusing on women's empowerment across sectors. Dr. Al-Tuwaijri appreciated contributions to the Jeddah Document, a significant Islamic achievement.
Ambassador Yousef Al-Dubaie, OIC Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs, presented the conference's final communique. Participants thanked the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and the Crown Prince for hosting and patronizing the event, expressing gratitude through a cable for the Kingdom's government facilities provided during the conference.