100 Voices: Areen Awwad from Nazareth

Meet Areen, an activist of Democratic Women (Tandi). Areen grew up in national political home that pushed her in that direction, but she knows that women and girls in Arab society enjoy freedom only to a certain point.


100 Voices is Social TV’s campaign where Arab citizens of Israel and Palestinians tell about themselves, their opinions and experiences.

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