Tawakkol Karman to be keynote speaker at global humanitarian forum

Today, Wednesday, the Nobel Peace Prize-winning human rights activist, Tawakkol Karman, participated in the annual World Humanitarian Forum (WHF), a nonpartisan forum in humanitarian aid and international development, in London.

Revolution’s Mother talks about Arab Spring lessons and future challenges

Today, the Nobel Peace Prize-winning human rights activist, Tawakkol Karman, attended the second annual conference of the Arab Council, held via the ZOOM virtual meeting platform application, under the title "The Arab Spring: Lessons from Experience and Future Challenges".

Mrs. Karman takes part in Nobel Summit

Today, Wednesday, the Nobel Peace Prize-winning human rights activist Tawakkol Karman attended the Nobel Summit, which is the first of its kind, hosted by the Nobel Prize Foundation.

Mrs. Karman lectures on role of women in revolutions

Today, the Nobel Peace Prize-winning human rights activist, Tawakkol Karman, attended the annual conference on gender in international affairs, organized by the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University in the United States.

Nobel laureate delivers speech on violence against women at 2021-BSAYS

The Nobel Peace Prize-winning human rights activist, Tawakkol Karman, has participated in the British-South Asian Youth Summit (BSAYS) at the official invitation of Mr. Virendra Sharma MP, Member of Parliament for Ealing Southall, UK and a member of the House of Commons International Development Select Committee.

Nobel laureate takes part in CAS

Today, Thursday, the Nobel Peace Prize-winning human rights activist, Tawakkol Karman, took part in the opening of the Climate Adaptation Summit (CAS) at the invitation of former UN Secretary-General, who is also the chairman of the Global Commission on Adaptation, Ban Ki-moon.

Nobel laureate gives keynote speech at global conference on women in power

The human rights activist and Nobel laureate, Tawakkol Karman, has participated in the "Resilience in Shared Experiences", a student-run virtual conference at Harvard Kennedy School on 6-7 March.

Mrs. Karman in Turkey to talk about the Arab Spring after decade

Today, the Nobel Peace Prize-winning human rights activist, Tawakkol Karman, joined an online panel entitled "Ten years of the Arab Spring: where are we now?" held today (Wednesday) by the SETA foundation.

“The hopes and dreams of the Arab Spring revolutionaries will never fade away or be in vain, emphasizing that revolutionaries do not forget their revolution just like peoples never give up their dreams.”

“It is not fair to hold the revolutionaries and the Arab Spring accountable for what is happening in the Arab region,” Karman said, adding that she is confident that the struggle will continue and will not stop as long as a single regime of nepotism, corruption and failure continues to exist.

She indicated that the Arab Spring revolutions were a necessity imposed by a set of circumstances and factors, pointing out that the Arab world was not living in democracy and prosperity and its countries were suffering from widespread corruption, absence of freedoms, human rights violations and indignities.


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