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The first Arab conference for women’s health is to be held in Cairo to discuss the promotion of women’s health concerns with a view to meeting the 2030 sustainable development goals. The conference will run from 11th- 12th September 2019, and will be attended by the Arab Administrative Development...
The issue of menstruating women still attracts the attention of the Coptic public opinion, and raises controversy between reformist vs. conservative views, and between rejection and acceptance.
The General Syndicate for Mineral, Engineering and Electrical Industries headed by Engineer Khalid El- Fiqī has organized a conference for Arab Women under the title “Women between the past, the present and the future Prospects” during the period from the 16th to 21st of  April in Cairo and...
  The President of the National Council for Women Maya Mursi said that the parliamentary decision to amend article 102 of the Constitution to allocate 25 percent of the parliamentary seats to women is a real victory to the women in Egypt, pointing out that it ensures their greater participation in...
  A scientific symposium under the theme “Towards a Better Future with the Constitutional Amendments” was organized by Cairo University in the Faculty of Early Childhood Education with a view to spreading the culture of referendum among the Egyptian women and upholding their right to positive...
The National Council for Women (NCW)’s branch in Minufiya concluded its ‘Your Vote for Tomorrow’s Egypt’ campaign which is aimed at urging women across Egypt to participate in the referendum on the constitutional amendments in order to build Egypt and push it forward.
When you think about the queens of Egypt, Cleopatra may be the first to come to your mind due to her famous story with the Roman leaders Julius Caesar and Marc Anthony. However, there’re several other queens that had ruled Egypt for so many years before her, including Nefertari, Isis and Hatshepsut...
The President of the National Council for Women (NCW) Maya Mursi met with the Executive Director of Gambia’s African Centre for Democracy and Human Rights Studies, Morocco’s National Human Rights Council member Fāṭima al-Zahrāʾand the Coordinator of Morocco’s North African NGOS Coalition Naji...
In an earlier statement, MP Maysa ʿAtwa (Secretary of the Parliament’s Manpower Committee) said that the Egyptian women gained many of their rights under President al-Sīsī and became of concern to the political leadership.
MP Sharʿī Ṣāliḥ expressed his approval of the proposed constitutional amendments. As a result, Parliament Speaker ʿAlī ʿAbd al-ʿĀl praised his vision, particularly with regard to allocating 25 percent of the parliamentary seats to women.

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