By The National title Saudi Arabia is one of the world’s most gender-based prison systems.
But women in the country are under-represented.
That’s according to a new report.
The findings came from the International Center for Prison Studies, which has compiled a report called “Gender Insecurity and the Rise of Saudi Prison.”
The study looked at women incarcerated in Saudi prisons, their experiences and their attitudes towards women.
Here are the key findings from the report:Women are incarcerated for a variety of reasons, including the fear of being arrested or detained, the absence of their families, and the perception that they are not ready for an education or job.
The report also noted that Saudi women have less access to education than men.
While Saudi women earn the equivalent of around $15,000 per year in the labor market, men earn the same or less than half of what women do.
Saudi women also face higher rates of harassment in their prison.
In 2014, there were more than 6,300 women incarcerated for committing sexual offenses, and that number has steadily grown since that time.
According to the report, there are approximately 50,000 women in prison, or about 13 percent of the total population.
The lack of women in prisons is also partly due to the government’s strict interpretation of Sharia law, according to the institute.
Sharia law prohibits women from driving and from wearing makeup, hair, or make-up.
“Women have to wear a veil,” said Mohammed Al-Naimi, one of Saudi Arabias top human rights officials, at a press conference in 2016.
“There is no way for women to drive in Saudi, or to walk without a veil.”
According to the International Centre for Prison Statistics, Saudi women comprise about 5 percent of Saudi prisoners.
That means that women comprise only about 6 percent of those in Saudi jails.
According the report on Saudi women, more than half the women in jail have been in jail for at least five years.
The report also found that the number of women imprisoned for sexual offenses is at its highest in years.
In 2015, the International Bureau for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence reported that more than 30,000 Saudi women were imprisoned for engaging in sex crimes.
That number is on track to double by 2021.
Saudi Arabia has one of highest female incarceration rates in the world, according the International Labour Organization.
In 2017, the country recorded more than 7,000 deaths due to domestic violence.