In the Press

Source: The Huffington Post | September 28, 2009
President Clinton convened his Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) annual meeting last week in New York ...
Source: The Huffington Post | September 25, 2009
With the eyes of the world on New York for the 64th General Assembly of the United Nations, we welco...
Source: Reuters | August 21, 2009
London - Jordan's Queen Rania joined international soccer stars to launch a campaign for education o...
Source: Forbes | August 19, 2009
Avid campaigner of human rights and women's issues is also the globe's most tech-savvy monarch. Near...
Source: The Sunday Times | April 19, 2009
Open Minds: The time has come for a new global narrative, declares Queen Rania of Jordan Picking ...
Source: Jordan Times | December 29, 2008
There is no more basic human right than the right to education. When it comes to educating girls, th...
Source: The Telegraph | July 25, 2008
The elegant Queen Rania of Jordan, champion of women's rights and anti-poverty activist, has taken h...
Source: BBC | July 25, 2008
Queen Rania of Jordan is seated behind an enormous desk in her office in Amman with three cameras tr...
Source: CNN | July 14, 2008
(Oprah.com) -- A businesswoman, a mother of four, an international fashion icon, a woman committed t...
Source: CNN | July 11, 2008
LONDON, England (CNN) -- Beautiful and intelligent, and balancing a modern outlook with a deep conce...
Source: Hello Magazine | June 01, 2008
Rania Yasin was born on August 31, 1970, in Kuwait to Palestinian parents. A doctor's daughter, she ...
Source: Hello Magazine | October 11, 2007
It was an emotionally charged scene worthy of an Oprah Winfrey show when a mother and son who had be...
Source: ABC News | July 29, 2007
In her role as the world's youngest queen, 37-year-old Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan has learned...