Tag Archives: Gender perspective

The First Press Report “Transportation vs. Votes”- illegal methods in number of villages in Giza

( Cairo, December 14, 2011) ECWR continues its monitoring from a gender perspective of the 2011 People’s Assembly elections also in its second round. This round includes the following governorates: Giza, Beni Suef, Monufia, Sharqia, Ismailia, Suez, Beheira, Sohag, and Aswan. All together 328 female candidates are running in the second round- 107 as individual candidates and 221 on the … Continue reading

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An Appeal from women’s polling stations: Forging ballots is the norm.

The Egyptian Center for Women’s Rights monitored the runoff elections today on December 5th, 2010 from a gender perspective in women’s polling stations. Twenty-nine female candidates participated in the runoff elections for quota seats: 18 from the National Democratic Party, 11 independent candidates in 9 governorates, and one candidate on a regular seat from NDP. ECWR’s operations room received several … Continue reading

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The Egyptian Center for Women’s Rights is monitoring the parliamentary runoff elections from a gender perspective

(Cairo, December 5, 2010) In continuing its efforts to enhance women’s role in the political sphere and in following the mechanisms and means that guarantee equality in women’s representation, ECWR is monitoring women’s role in the runoff elections of December 5th 2010. Twenty-nine female candidates are competing for quota seats: 18 NDP female candidates, 11 independent female candidates. The runoff … Continue reading

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