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2012.. Women get out to the streets While the center provides this year’s status report of Egyptian women, it faced a number of challenges the most important of it is the scarcity of information and statistics about the situation of women; Most writings expressed admiration to the Egyptian women presence or the astonishment of the size of their participation in … Continue reading
This book was issued in the framework of the “Access to Justice” program that aims to raise awareness about the role of law and how to empower women to achieve justice by using the legal system. Though the Family Court was established more than 5 years ago, many people still have a lot of questions about its importance, its role, … Continue reading
At the beginning, the aim of this book was to raise women’s awareness of their rights and how to obtain an electoral card and vote in elections. However, it was surprising that only 11% of the target group had any official documents! This was the beginning of the experience the center is presenting in this book.
The book summarizes the work of ECWR’s Women in Professional Syndicates project and its activities. It reports on women’s representatives in the professional syndicates, such as the lawyers’ syndicate; Egyptian women’s participation in syndicates; women’s political participation in the political reform movements; and gives and overview of ECWR’s project supporting a women’s cadre in the lawyers’ and press syndicates
ECWR conducted a study entitled ““Towards the Unknown: The Risks of Chaos”. The study addresses the impact of electoral violence on Egypt’s democratic transition and women’s political participation. The field sample of the study was 2509 people from six governrates: Cairo, Giza, Qalubaya, Alexandria, Minya, and Isma’alya. This study is the first to address electoral violence and its impact on … Continue reading