Egypt: Human rights catastrophe results from lack of political will, not lack of a national strategy to whitewash reality
Respect for human rights in Egypt – where the most fundamental rights to life, bodily integrity, and justice are violated by state institutions and agencies
Egypt: Decade-long prosecution of Case 173 must end if there is to be genuine progress on human rights tied to US military aid
The undersigned organizations call on the Egyptian authorities to immediately and completely dismiss Case no. 173 of 2011, the part targeting Egyptian human rights organizations.
We, the undersigned groups, are appalled by evidence that the Egyptian government and intelligence apparatus persist in efforts to silence human rights defenders even beyond
A joint statement recognizing the first anniversary of the death of lesbian activist Sarah Hegazi and announcing the inauguration of a Pride Day for Lesbian and Queer Women from the Middle East and North Africa.
First Annual MENA Lesbian and Queer Women’s Pride Day in honor of Sarah Hegazi The movements and organizations that have joined in signing this
Egypt: President Should Act to Unshackle Freedoms Urgent Action Needed to Address Serious Concerns Raised by UN Rights Bodies
(1 June 2021) We the undersigned 64 organizations from around the world call on the Egyptian authorities, including President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, to take immediate
10 years after the “25 January Revolution”: The Public Space Is Shut Down, Living Conditions Have Deteriorated and Free Voices Languish in Prison
Ten years have passed since, inspired by the toppling of the regime in Tunisia, thousands of protesters took the streets of Cairo demanding the end