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Published on Feb 3, 2013
"The Saudi government has ordered that shops that employ both men and women to set up separation walls to ensure that the two sexes are separated while they work. From now on, stores must erect barriers not shorter than 1.6 meters to separate male and female employees. Retailers have 30 days to install the walls, or risk sanctions."*
Shops in Saudi Arabia will begin building walls inside their stores to divide male workers from female coworkers. Why is this necessary and will it work? Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, and Jayar Jackson discuss.