The Libya Academy for Advanced Studies organized a meeting entitled: Pioneering Women, on the occasion of Arab Women’s Day
The complex hosted a group of women who spoke about their experiences and the challenges facing women and their leadership, out of respect for the pioneering woman, recognition of her role, and appreciation for her efforts at all levels.
The session opened with the intervention of Ms. Attiyat Saad, “Director of Al-Andalus School,” and she spoke about her experience, the pioneering Arab woman despite the circumstances the world is experiencing due to the Corona pandemic, and the creativity and leadership through which women were able to prove their ability, trust themselves, and achieve success and community participation.
Ms. Fawzia Abaid, “school principal,” spoke about her experience, the obstacles she experienced in her professional life, the importance of determination, self-motivation, and love of development, women’s love for achievement on the economic, social, or humanitarian level, and women’s ability to adapt to the circumstances surrounding them, making them a distinguished leader. A leader in her management and job, and a successful educator in her family and children, who creates generations, cares about childhood and youth, and contributes to the prosperity of the labor market and the reduction of unemployment.
The role of social workers in families and educational institutions is not hidden, despite the different economic conditions, but they have been able to create awareness and motivation programs for students with love, cooperation, thoughtful plans, diverse and useful projects, and accompanying psychological and family guidance, eliminating all forms of discrimination and racism, taking into account all human aspects, and protecting girls. From being exposed to exploitation and blackmail, this was the intervention of the social worker, Professor Hawa Al-Abbar.