Saudi ministry launches awareness expo on women’s legal rights

The event is also designed to advise women on how to easily and efficiently access the country’s judicial services. (Reuters)
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Updated 11 December 2019

Saudi ministry launches awareness expo on women’s legal rights

  • The forum will include a knowledge corner offering specialized counselling on personal status

RIYADH: An expo aimed at raising awareness among Saudi women of their legal and judicial rights has been launched in the Kingdom.

The Ministry of Justice’s three-day Judicial Culture Forum titled, “Knowledge and Enrichment,” will run until Saturday from 4 p.m. until 10 p.m. in Jouri Mall, Taif.

As well as highlighting legal rights, the event is also designed to advise women on how to easily and efficiently access the country’s judicial services.

Part of the ministry’s National Transformation Program of initiatives, the forum will include a knowledge corner offering specialized counselling on personal status, and a systems corner showing how procedures are operated for women.

A sign-language interpreter will be present to help answer queries from people with hearing difficulties, and there will also be a judicial section to advise visitors on matters such as alimony, family reunification and reconciliation.

The Najiz electronic justice services platform will have a display at the forum and a children’s corner will look after kids while also making them aware of their legal rights.
 


Saudi’s Asir Municipality enforces safe food packaging in restaurants to curb spread of coronavirus

Updated 06 April 2020

Saudi’s Asir Municipality enforces safe food packaging in restaurants to curb spread of coronavirus

  • The step is intended to protect the customers from COVID-19
  • The Municipality has launched special services for the elderly and persons with disability

DUBAI: Saudi Arabia’s Asir Municipality has ordered restaurants to safely and securely package meals for delivery, state news agency SPA reported.
The step is intended to protect the customers from COVID-19 by delivering safe packages, SPA added.
The Municipality has launched special services for the elderly and persons with disability amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Meanwhile, The Saudi Food and Drug Authority (SFDA) has launched electronic services which promote health awareness through interactive communication.
The services include a WhatsApp chatbot called Sarah and an app called Tameni, in cooperation with the National Digital Transformation Unit, which use AI, business intelligence, and an electronic inspection system to help residents and citizens.
There are currently 2463 infections, 488 recoveries and 34 deaths in the Kingdom.