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"Together for Egypt" Conference launched at Ain Shams University Conference Center in the presence of Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Khālid ʿAbd al-Ghaffār on behalf of Prime Minister Muṣṭafā Madbūlī. Local Development Minister Maḥmūd Shʿarāwī, Minister of Youth and Sports...
The announced government lineup has augmented Copts’ agonies after the percentage of standard representation of Copts in the successive governments in Egypt – at least two ministers – was reduced. The government of Hishām Qandīl does not have any Coptic presence except Nādyah Zakhārī, the minister...
Al-Waṭan is publishing the Human Rights Committee's report at parliament regarding the field visit to the Copts immigrating from al-ʿArīsh to al-Ismāʻīlīya.
Nāsser Amīn, chairman of the Complaints Committee of the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) and human rights expert, criticized the pressure that the Friedrich Naumann Foundation has faced, forcing it to move its activities to Jordan.
Preparatory-year students of the Faculty of Engineering at Fayūm Cairo University Branch addressed what they called “the blackmailing” practiced by one of their tutors who forced them to purchase his book at a higher price than its original price.
Al-Wafd interviews Muhammad Abū al-Ghār, Head of March 9th Movement, concerning the reasons and solutions for fitnah in Egypt. 
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...
The minister of manpower and immigration announced last week that the private sector should grant its workers holiday and paid leave on Coptic Christmas.
Watani interviewed a Christian woman who received an MA in education from Ayn Shams university and is now a teaching fellow in the Arabic department at the university.
A student who graduated from Assiut University in 2006 hoped to be offered a permanent position at the university but the university decided not to appoint him. Moreover, when he applied to do a PhD he was told that he had been rejected because there were not enough supervisors. The author of the...

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