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Will women be worse off after the Arab revolutions? [infographic]

16 Oct 2012

Over the past eight years The Doha Debates has been discussing key issues in the Arab region and the world.  It is one thing to get the views of the local audience at each Debate, but the Doha Debates are also keen to find out what the rest of the Arab world thinks about the issues we raise.  YouGov, a research and polling company, has been commissioned to seek the views of thousands of people across the region after each of the debates. In the Gulf, the Levant, North Africa and Iraq respondents have been expressing a broad range of opinions, widening and enriching the debate on some of the most controversial political questions of the day.

Here is the first in a series of infographics The Doha Debates is putting out to give you a deeper understanding and broader perspective on people's opinions in the region about the topics that we discuss.  Click 'read more' to view the full infographic.

 

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