Society
Strangers in another country: The murder of Gabriel Tut and anti-black discrimination
Hadeer El-Mahdawy | Gabriel Tut's murder paints a story of anti-black racism, institutional failures and structural discrimination
Proving paternity: A prolonged struggle for thousands of Egyptian mothers
Mai Shams El-Din | For mothers who choose to file paternity lawsuits, proceedings can take years
Cairo University’s Anti-Sexual Harassment Unit dabble in arts and sports
Fatma Khaled | Cairo University’s Anti-Sexual Harassment Unit plans to conduct a seminar and marathon to mark Egyptian
Personal status laws – Feminist testimonies from Egypt
Azza Soliman | Azza Soliman explains how Egypt employs a legal approach that restricts women’s rights
Bodily rights – Feminist testimonies from Egypt
Ghadeer Ahmed | I’ve been working on bodily rights since the revolution. Before 2011, I was a really ordinary woman.
Working women and policy assessment – Feminist testimonies from Egypt
Mona Ezzat | How to measure women's economic empowerment, an important factor in assessing polices and programs?
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Politics as a path – Feminist testimonies from Egypt
Kheloud Gomaa | Like most young men and women of my generation, my involvement in public affairs began with the January
A-Z of progress and setbacks for Egyptian women between two international women’s days
On International Women’s Day, an A-Z of the past year in Egypt
 
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An analytical daily overview of the Arabic-language press translated into English. The Digest unpacks Egypt's complex political, economic and social conditions as represented by local media.

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