The AWLN, set up in Jordan in 2005, is a regional non-governmental and non-profit association made up of law degree holders.
Mrs Janahi represents the AWLN in Bahrain which has 46 members.
Head of AWLN Judge Ihsan Barakat of Jordan told KUNA that the network
AWLN supervises professional development programs for women in the law
2005, she said, adding that Kuwait is represented at AWLN by Fatma Al-Khalifa.
, a non-profit and non-governmental regional entity, aims to facilitate the advancement of Arab women working in the legal profession.
The African Women Leaders Network (AWLN) is an initiative of African women leaders from various sectors, with the support of the African Union Commission and the United Nations, with aim to enhance the leadership of African women in the transformation of the continent in line with Africa Agenda 2063.
With the AWLN we are bringing people together and leading to achieve Africa's Transformation.
The Arab Women's Legal Network (AWLN
) is a non-profit and non-governmental regional entity that aims to facilitate the advancement of Arab women working in the legal profession.