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On the second day, summer school participants were privileged to learn from a member of the European Parliament, Bas Belder. 
On Sunday July 1st., the summer school group left the dormitories to attend a service in All Saints Cathedral (Anglican-Episcopal) in Zamalek, Cairo. 
As part of the Diakonia Development Office's continued pursuit for human development in various respects, in affiliation with the Coptic Catholic Patriarchate, the Sudanese Service Initiative continues to meet its objectives. Such objectives include the integration of Sudanese brothers of different...
The Coptic Orthodox Archdiocese in Port Said [Būr Saʿīd] issued a statement thanking President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī regarding the Christians of al-ʿArīsh, who have been forced to leave their homes in al-ʿArīsh and move to other governorates to live.
It was a ten-day walk from the village of Erra in Eritrea to Sudan. Aman and Meron, are two students at the CAWU Learning center in Cairo. They left their family behind at age 14 and 17. Annually tens of thousands of Eritreans leave the country to escape the harsh compulsory military service. Just...
General ʿĀdil al-Ghaḍbān, governor of Port Said [Būr Saʿīd], caused a crisis for the displaced Copts from al-ʿArīsh, who have been living in the governorate since 2017, after informing families that he will no longer be paying for the money that helps them pay rent. Despite the number of displaced...
World Refugee Day has been celebrated annually on June 20 since 2001. This year Egypt’s Supreme Higher Committee for Human Rights cooperated with the Foreign Affairs Ministry’s Department for Immigration, Refugees and Combating Human Trafficking, to review national efforts to support issues...
Ṣafāʾ Mūsā, a Sudanese refugee living in Egypt, says “We will die from starvation, not from Corona” thereby pointing at the problems she faces during the holy month of Ramadan. Like Mūsā, many other African refugees in Egypt are affected by the measures taken by the government to fight the...
Migration means being uprooted, not only from the country you live in, but also from the social networks that you have build up throughout the course of your life. Now the migrant has to build a new life in a new country. 
Prominent Dutch humanitarian activist and friend of Arab-West Report Henk Glimmerveen passed away on May 1.[1] In February 2020, the Maadi Messenger asked me to write about how I have changed during the years that I have been involved in intercultural dialogue.[2] As I consider my life, Henk...

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