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The head of Egypt's National Council for Women Rights (ENCW), Mrs. Mervat al-Tallāwī called on countries members to adopt the resolution approved upon in 2008 on Egypt to be the center of the Council.
“Despite their active participation in all the events of the Revolution and their standing side by side with men, evolving currents on the political scene are working on throwing their (women) social status quo back to the ages of oppression and discrimination”, said Mirvat Tallāwī, president of...
Ambassador Mirvat al-Talāwī, Chairperson of the National Council for Women, said that all Egyptian feminist organizations and women-backing coalitions and groups called for protests at 11:00 am on Monday (October 22) outside the Syndicate of Journalists to defend the rights of 44 million Egyptian...
Ambassador Mirvat al-Talāwī, Chairperson of the National Council for Women (NCW), criticized some members of the constitution-drafting assembly, saying there were attempts to bring women 100 years backward. “The constitution being drafted at present will influence the future of Egypt and...
Ambassador Mirvat Tillāwī, Head of the National Council for Women, stated that during her participation in the population and development conference that was recently held in New York, she felt a regression against women’s rights. She added that this is not only in Islamic countries, but added that...
Ambassador Ihāb Badawī, the spokesman for the presidency, stated that the President instructed Prime Minister Eng. Ibrahīm Mahlab to form a ministerial committee, in which the Azhar and the Church shall take part. 
Ambassador Mirvat al-Tillāwī, head of the National Council for Women, has reportedly dismissed the delegation of the EU Election Observation Mission (EOM) at a conference held Saturday (May 31), in the Cairo Opera House, to discuss women’s participation in the presidential elections.
The lawyers’ team, composed of the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR), the El Nadim Center for Rehabilitation of Victims of Violence and lawyers of the Maspero martyrs’ families, in a press conference at the EIPR headquarters on Wednesday (April 11), said the military judiciary has...
A source in the Coptic Orthodox Church in Alexandria revealed a split among members of the Millī Council – seven members – over persons most likely to be the next patriarch of Copts in succession of Pope Shenouda III. Some Copts in the northern Egyptian Mediterranean city now call the Millī Council...
The lawyers’ team, composed of the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR), the El Nadim Center for Rehabilitation of Victims of Violence and lawyers of the Maspero martyrs’ families, in a press conference at the EIPR headquarters on Wednesday (April 11), said the military judiciary has...

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