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This article describes a conference held in Sharm al-Sheikh organized by the Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services. The director of the CEOSS, Nabil Abadir, stated that the purpose of the conference was to discuss “the tragic cultural dilemma Egypt is living through, hoping to build...
Khalīl highlights a valuable piece of research presented at the second conference of “Egyptians against Discrimination” , entitled the name ‘Education and Citizenship’.
This article from Watani is an interview with Ahmed Kamal Abul-Magd concerning his recent dismissal from the National Council for Human Rights, and his general views on the status of human rights work in Egypt. Among the issues discussed were the escalating sectarian strife, human rights conditions...
The article sheds light on Los Angeles Times report on the recent report released by Egypt’s National Council for Human Rights.
This article sheds light upon the National Council for Human Rights report on the human rights status quo in Egypt during 2006-2009, addressed to Geneva International Council for Human Rights.
Najīb Jibrā’īl writes a letter to President Obama and representatives of 12 Coptic organizations sign the letter.
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.
The U.S state department has issued a new report on the state of human rights in different countries around the world.
The author discusses the release of Aymān Nūr the political prisoner that has recently been released. The article debates whether or not he was released following foreign pressure and charts his political career.
The author discusses the issue of reform in press institutions. He argues that the journalist’s right to carry out extra work for other newspapers does not contradict the principle of full dedication to the press institution.

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