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  • Success Stories – “Women’s Voices” Project

    August 14, 2017

    Story One: Eman Sarwat Governorate: Assyut “Maybe this was myfirst time to demand one of my rights, but definitely it will not be the last”                               “My name is Eman Sarwat, I am 33 years old and I live in Abol-Teeg Centre, Nakheelah Village- Assyut. Before participating in Women’s Voices Programme, I was a girl similar to most of the girls who … Continue reading

  • Egypt’s youth and the faux reformers

    February 15, 2011

    The call of the young has resonated in Egyptian hearts. In less than three weeks, it has changed our political life and made us recover values that had been decimated by years of oppression. But as Egypt looks forward to crafting a democratic future, a few things should be understood about its revolution There are two groups in Egypt: the … Continue reading

  • The Most Difficult Choice between Human Rights and the Political!

    August 21, 2013

    By: Nehad Abolkomsan In an unprecedented event, the minister of interior invited a number of human rights experts to consult them about the dispersal of Raba’a and El Nahda sit-ins. The experts warned him from the great risks of losses in lives on the internal national level as well as the international level. On the national level and despite the … Continue reading