Egyptian women’s status report 2014

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, leadership positions, and the upcoming parliament and freedom of expression.
Secondly: Economic and Social Rights
This section examines the most important developments in 4 main areas which are the labour market, health, education and sports.
Thirdly: violence against women
This section tackles violence against women; specifically addressing sexual harassment and the development of the policies to counter it.
Fourthly and lastly: Egyptian Center for Women’s Rights (ECWR) efforts
This section discusses ECWR efforts throughout the year in its framework of protecting women’s rights and promoting women’s empowerment.
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