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Maat Foundation for Peace, Development and Human Rights, Partners for Transparency, and the International Alliance for Peace and Development are all participating in a joint mission to the 42nd session of the Human Rights Council, which will take place at the United Nations offices in Geneva from...
Maat for Peace, Development and Human Rights, which obtained the consultative status in the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, concluded on Sunday 28th of February a round table on main principles and provisions proposed to the local administration draft law in the framework of the...
Bilāl al-Dawwī discusses the repercussions to the secretary general of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights’ [http://www.eohr.org/ar/] statements that the Muslim Brotherhood has penetrated 30% of the NGOs that work in the field of human rights.
The author criticizes the media in Egypt for only furthering adding to divisions between Muslims and Christians, and the need to spread a culture of tolerance.
The new policies of European and U.S. donors who fund health and economic development has led to stagnation in the number of human rights activities and prompted some organizations to temporarily stop providing services.
Sa‘d al -Dīn Ibrāhīm, chairman of the Ibn Khaldūn Center for Development Studies, is a real troublemaker who always provokes outcries wherever he goes.
A 22-member group, called al-Tā’ifa al-Mansoura [The victorious denomination] has been arrested by the Egyptian police for planning terrorist attacks against tourist sites, gas pipelines, and a number of top Muslim and Christian clergy.
Many human right activists have opposed the Human Rights Committee of the People’s Assembly’s suggestion to alter the human rights organizations in Egypt to make them fall under the authority of the NGO’s Law instead of the Joint-Stock Company’s Law.
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