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Sentences range between one year and five years in addition to 1,000 EGP fine
The US State Department said the law ‘still imposes significant government controls and restrictions on the activities and funding of civic groups’
NGO law is first law to be presented by president to Shura Council
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development proposes a $40m loan for Kuwait Energy to drill for oil
The NGO released a detailed report on the 2013 student elections
Shura Council President rejects suggestions that proposed law threatens future of civil society organisations
Acting deputy spokesperson of US State Department is concerned the draft law will make Egypt’s government less accountable
1 Egyptian revolutionaries suffer from the silly habit of always getting sucked into fighting in side-battles, and the latest batch of laws coming out of the Shura Council are a prime example. Whether the new NGO law, the new protest law, or the new judiciary law, the different groups are each fighting to apply …
Political groups and civil society organizations call on Shura Council to refrain from making any decision regarding 2013-2014 budget before a public discussion
The law has been the subject of criticism from UN experts as well as the Egyptian Organisation for Human Rights
US State Department, European Neighbourhood Policy and Freedom House make recommendations to Egypt
The move is seen as a deterrent to possible attacks on the Brotherhood headquarters on Friday
Report: One dead and 127 detained after clashes between protesters, police and Muslim Brotherhood members
Ink uses modern adaptations of traditional patterns on Egyptian stationary
The Egyptian ambassador to Lebanon says NGOs will provide aid to Syrian refugees in Lebanon
The UK-based group said at least 120 army troops were among those killed in the battle for one of the regime’s last remaining bastions in the west of Aleppo province. On Sunday alone, rebels had killed more than 34 troops at the facility.
“BuSSy is a project intended to empower women and raise awareness about women’s issues through creative means,” says BuSSy Facebook page
Patterson outlines what is needed to complete Egypt’s transition
FTE collaborates with other NGOs to educate different groups of artisans and increase political awareness and medical support.
The Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights and the Hisham Mubarak Law Centre argue that the emergency law is unconstitutional
The council demands all organisations willing to observe the referendum to sign up for permission
After the revolution, strolling around the streets of Cairo, Alexandria, Mansoura or other big cities is never boring. Now like never before, you might run into marches, graffiti, posters and video projection that women political parties, groups and activists hold. Women activists have created many initiatives and campaigns to campaign for their rights. Daily News Egypt speaks to some of these emerging initiatives, their goals and activities, evaluates their impact and what it takes for them to reach their aims.
How a new governmental institution hopes to reduce the stigma of disability
The 3Alganoob programme is slated to start in April 2013 and will involve a conference, a workshop and other activities.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs blamed for intervening
Over two hundred NGOs join campaign
The social media offensive worked like a charm, because as the minutes ticked down the final count of the donations reached $40,415 which will guarantee that Mosireen will be able to continue their work for another year.
Prosecution accuses NGOs of using democracy and good governance as a disguise
Environmentalists sow native Egyptian seeds throughout cities.
Brotherhood failes to provide required forms for registration