The Reality of Civil Work in Egypt: Opportunities and Challenges
NGOs have played a great role in social care since their inception, which has been enhanced with their development. Charitable work has been one of the main goals of NGOs in Egypt
The political implications of the new civil law
The promulgation of the new law for NGOs in Egypt (Law No. 149 of 2019) came to highlight a set of implications related not only to civil work and the state’s stance towards it,
Human Rights and International Criminal Justice
The themes and issues of concern for international human rights law are closely linked to the issues with which international humanitarian law is now concerned.
Respect for Cultural and Religious Specificities as a Human Right
No amount of argument and controversy was raised in thought and practice, locally, regionally or globally over any concept as much as that which was raised over the concept of human rights.
A human rights perspective to the declaration on Human Fraternity
On February 4, 2019, His Holiness Pope Francis, Head of the Catholic Church and Sovereign of the Vatican City State, and His Eminence Dr.Ahmad Al-Tayyeb, Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, issued a joint declaration on “Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together”.
Citizenship and Human Rights
The concept of citizenship overlaps with the concept of human rights so much that they are two sides of the same coin.
Egyptian theatre and human rights
The theatre is a magical world, where the creativity of the word, actors, the scenography of decoration, clothes, lighting and music are combined and coordinated by a creative director to be presented on its stage.
Art as a source of knowledge
Art, in its various forms is one of the main branches of the creative movement in society especially cinema, theater and television.
The Legal framework for the protection of the right to Equality and Non- discrimination in Egypt
The right to equality before the law and the fight of discrimination against citizens are two sides of one coin.