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The Beirut Arab University launched the Second Egyptian-Lebanese Cultural Forum entitled "Culture in the Arab World from Disintegration to Reconstruction" in cooperation with al-Ahrām Foundation and the Egyptian Lebanese Businessmen Friendship Association. The three-day forum launched last...
Under the slogan of ‘thinking outside the box’, president of the Damanhūr University, Dr. ʿUbayd Ṣāliḥ, inaugurated on Tuesday, the first workshop on training needs for churches and monasteries in al- Biḥīra Governorate. Held at the university-based Faculty and Leadership Center, the inauguration...
On March 27 and 28, Egyptian media outlets highlighted the signing event of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Heliopolis University (HU) and the Center of Arab-West Understanding (CAWU). 
Dr. Hilmī Muhammad Qā'ūd is a professor at Tantā University has read a column titled "Quota for Christians in Egyptian universities?" I had had published in the September 6, 2011 issue in al-Wafd newspaper, writes 'Alā' 'Uraybī. Dr. Qā'ūd says in his reply article the column ignored Islam is the...
This article mentions the University of Asyut’s establishment of a centre for research and studies on human rights. The centre, which is directly under the charge of the university president, aims at promoting academic research in the field of human rights, propagating awareness of international,...
Watani International relates the story of a medical student who was not given the promotion he deserved even though his grades were higher than other students who were promoted. Yūsuf Sidhum reviews the student’s file and believes that this type of discrimination in rife in the education system in...
At the recent Egyptians Against Religious Discrimination conference, the group discussed the education system in Egypt, the group called for the need to rebuild the school curriculum and concluded with a series of recommendations.
Youssef Sidhom discusses bias in the Egyptian university system. Using one student as an example of the larger problems inherent in the system, the author discusses the presence of unjust practices that turn Egyptian “universities into fiefdoms the residents of which are either lords or slaves.”
The following article presents the case of a young woman, Inas Fakhri Faragallah Girgis, who’s request to continue with her Masters degree have repeatedly been postponed, despite first having been approved by her university’s Faculty of Law.
Cairo University holds a conference on building the principles of citizenship in Egypt. Advisor al-Sayyid Yāsīn of the al-Ahrām Center for Strategic Studies, attacked religious institutions for their lack of role in eliminating religious fanaticism between Muslims and Christians. He also attacked...
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