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Egypt: New signs of progress for women in Egypt by Mona Zulficar
On October 2, 2004, the new Family Courts Law, passed in March 2004, has come into effect and 224 Family Courts have opened their doors for the first time.
مصر: توصيات مؤتمر " تخصيص مقاعد للنساء في الهياكل الانتخابية "
Egypt: Advances in Women's Rights
A new family court system recently set up across Egypt will lead to a huge improvement in women's legal rights, advocates say.
مصر: بعد عذاب طويل المطلقات يصرفن النفقة من بنك ناصر
دفاعاً عن حرية الفكر والإبداع: 'الضبطية القضائية للأزهر مطرقة على حرية الفكر'
شيخ الأزهر: للمرأة حق ولاية القضاء
Egypt: Network for resistance of violence against women
This project aims to help to end violence against women by making different groups of society aware of the danger of this phenomenon and its impact, not only on women but on the family and society.
Egypt: Women and strategies for change: An Egyptian model
Apart from international efforts to "rescue" women in the Middle East, female activists in Arab countries have been toiling for decades for reforms that achieve concrete gains for women.
Egypt: Urgent appeal from El Nadim - center for rehabilitation and management of victims of violence
Acts of police harassment are taking place following several events, including the publication of a book entitled “Torture Days: Experiences of Women at Police Stations.”
مناشدة عاجلة: مركـز النـديــم للعلاج والتأهيل النفسي لضحايا العنف
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