ECWR’s Newsletter June/ July 2016

Dear Friends,

Welcome to the Egyptian Center for Women’s Rights and our newsletter of June / July 2016. This newsletter contains information about the latest news in Egypt regarding gender equality and women’s rights as well as the latest ECWR’s projects and activities during June / July 2016. To read the full Newsletter

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