Princess Reema bint Bandar al-Saud speaks on February 28, 2018 at the Atlantic Council in Washington,DC.
Saudi Arabia is working to address deeper issues on the path to women's rights after allowing them to drive and attend soccer matches, one of the kingdom's top female officials said February 28, 2018. "These are things that are quick wins, we know we can do them, women in stadium, women driving, that's great, but women driving is not the end all be all of women's rights," Princess Reema bint Bandar al-Saud told the Atlantic Council in Washington. As part of a wide-ranging social and economic reform initiative, King Salman announced in September that Saudi women would be allowed to drive from June this year.
Princess Reema bint Bandar at the Atlantic Council in Washington DC. Ian Timberlake / AFP Photo

Princess Reema: driving is not the 'be all' of Saudi women's rights