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Arab Inter-Parliamentary Union [Arabic].
 
Kuwait: Citizens Attitude towards Women Political Participation [Arabic]. 2007
This research sheds light on the attitudes of Kuwaiti citizens towards the political participation of women. It mainly aims at exploring the public's vision of women as political actors in the country and of women's participation during past elections, as well as the factors affecting voters' choice during the elections of the Majlis Al-Oumma. The study consisted of seven focus groups of voters aged between 24 and 40, from both sexes and belonging to both the sedentary and nomadic population in Kuwait. In-depth meetings were also held with eight Kuwaiti opinion leaders who are active in the field of the media, education, law, economy and politics.
 
Women's Right in Focus: Kuwait [English]. 2005
This report presents the findings of a study on public attitudes towards women's rights in Kuwait. It examines public sentiment on Kuwaiti women's right to vote, women as political candidates, and Kuwait's political system. It also explores Islam's role in debates on women's rights and the resistance to outside efforts to advance women's political rights in Kuwait.
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