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The survey treated the question of women’s dress as a visual preference.
Each respondent was given a card depicting six styles of women’s headdress and asked to choose the woman most appropriately outfitted for a public place.
Overall, most respondents say woman #4, whose hair and ears are completely covered by a white hijab, is the most appropriately dressed for public.
This includes 57% in Tunisia, 52% in Egypt, 46% in Turkey and 44% in Iraq.
Evidence from Citizens Advice included pregnant women and new mothers having their working hours cut, being put on to zero-hours contracts, being pressured to return to work early from maternity leave and, in some cases, forced out of their jobs.
In 1978 the Pregnancy Discrimination Act was passed, protecting women from being fired or discriminated against due to pregnancy.Citizens Advice warned of a growing problem of new and expectant mothers facing discrimination.The charity said there had been a 25% increase in people seeking workplace advice on pregnancy and maternity issues in the past year, with more than 22,000 visits to its website.In other cases, a woman is fired simply for announcing her pregnancy. Far too often, employers refuse to grant pregnant workers accommodations based on medical needs.An important issue in the Muslim world is how women should dress in public.A recent survey from the University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research conducted in seven Muslim-majority countries (Tunisia, Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and Turkey), finds that most people prefer that a woman completely cover her hair, but not necessarily her face.