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  • Steps Backward: Parliamentary Representation alone is not enough

    May 5, 2016

    The Egyptian Center for Women’s Rights (ECWR)’s Women Status Report addresses the developments in Egyptian women’s status in a number of areas in 2015. The report is divided to 4 main sections tackling women’s status in various public domains. click Here to read the Summary of Annual Women’s Status Report 2015.

  • Egyptian women’s status report 2014

    March 8, 2015

    The Egyptian Center for Women’s Rights (ECWR)’s Women Status Report addresses the developments in Egyptian women’s status in a number of areas in 2014. The report is divided to 4 main sections tackling women’s status in various public domains. These sections are as the following: Firstly: Civil and Political Rights This section tackles women’s role in 4 central issues; roadmap, … Continue reading

  • Egyptian Women’s Status Report in 2013

    March 26, 2014

    Out of a Gunpowder barrel Egyptian Women’s Status Report in 2013 By The Egyptian Center for Women’s rights Edited by NihadAbol-Qomsan Index Introduction Women’s Status Report for this year will be different somehow, because Egypt was under the Muslim Brotherhood’s (MB) command, where the ousted President, Mohamed Morsi ruled the country at the first part of 2013, then Egypt became … Continue reading

  • Egyptian Women’s Status Report 2012

    March 3, 2013

    The Year 2012: The Massive “Going Out” of the Egyptian Women Edited by Nehad Aboul Komsan Chair of ECWR Prepared by ECWR Research Unit Introduction: When President Mohammed Morsi stood before the United Nations this year, he was asked about the status of women in his country and confronted with international concern regarding their status and the challenges they face. … Continue reading

  • Egyptian Women’s Status Report 2011

    March 24, 2012

    The Egyptian Women between the Wings of the Revolution and Stripping the Reality Edited by Nehad Aboul Komsan Chair of ECWR Prepared by ECWR Research Unit Introduction Bread, Freedom, and Social Justice were the key words of the 25th of January 2011 Revolution, which was started by the Egyptian youth and later joined by the men and women from all … Continue reading

  • Egyptian Women’s Status Report 2010

    March 10, 2011

    The Egyptian Center for Women’s Rights Report on the Status of Egyptian Women in 2010 Postponed Rights in the State’s council and Temporary Rights in the Parliament Edited by Nehad Aboul Komsan Chair of ECWR Prepared by ECWR Research Unit NGO in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nation Introduction The refusal of the … Continue reading

  • Egyptian Women’s Status Report 2009

    March 10, 2010

    ECWR Report On Women’s Status in Egypt in 2009 Legislative Amendments Conflicting Policies Social Decline Supervised and Edited By Nehad Abul Komsan Director of ECWR Prepared By ECWR Media and Research Unit Nahed Shehata Amal Sakr Rasha Hassan Between the battle over the veil and women-only taxis, a plan to segregate women began. As the year of 2009 brought about … Continue reading

  • Egyptian Women’s Status Report 2008

    March 7, 2009

    Unimplemented Legal Reforms: Egypt’s Declining International Reputation supervised by Nehad Aboul Komsan Chair of ECWR NGO in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations Introduction ________________________________________ As the year 2008 comes to a close, several questions remain unanswered and issues unresolved. Hopefully, 2009 will see answers to these questions and achievement of the unresolved … Continue reading

  • Egyptian Women’s Status Summary Report 2007

    January 7, 2008

    Women’s Outcomes during 2007 2007 between Promises Violence and Exclusions In 2007, the rate of violence increased throughout whole of Egypt, which affected citizens in general and women in particular. At general level: This year saw a number of strikes and protests throughout the whole of Egypt, Workers were on strike in Ghazl El-Mahalla in which 3000 women participated. Women’s … Continue reading

  • Women’s Status summary Report 2005

    March 7, 2006

    Discrimination of Women in 2005 Women marginalized within Political Parties and by Governmental Violence The year 2005 was marked by exciting events on all levels, especially the political level, which saw the first presidential election in Egypt’s history as well as parliamentary elections in which women suffered discrimination by both political parties and government-sanctioned violence. ECWR prepared a report documenting … Continue reading