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Egypt's Women and the Heartbreak of Arranged Marriages
It is common to hear stories from Egyptian women in their twenties, thirties and forties about the many arranged marriage attempts each of them have been through. Yes, there are arranged marriages where it all ends happily ever after, but there seem to be many heartbreaking tales.
Egyptian Women Slam Poll Calling Egypt Worst Arab Country For Women
Middle East correspondent, The WorldPost
Why Morsi's Ouster and a Civil Society Offer Hope for Egyptian Women
Ida Lichter, M.D.
Author, 'Muslim Women Reformers: Inspiring Voices Against Oppr...
Amal and Afaf: Egypt's Revolutionary Underdogs Deserve an Inclusive Constitution
Mina E. Khalil
In a country of 85 million people, the writing of Egypt's constitution should allow for Egypt's diverse civilian voices to speak for themselves.
When Women Fear To Tread: Sexual Violence And The Egyptian Revolution
What we are seeing now in Egypt's squares is much more than ordinary harassment by individual men. Sexual harassment has become a weapon of war against women.
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Women Demand a Say in Egypt's Constitution
Vice President, Middle East Institute
The constitution will be the key guarantor of women and minority rights in a future Egypt. It is essential that the group drafting the document reflect the diversity of Egypt's many political, social, cultural, and gender views.
Women and the Egyptian Revolution
Human rights advocate
How can a functional democracy, one in which all people have a voice and the ability to influence and advocate on behalf of their interests, be implemented when women, an important part of this revolution and country, are being silenced in despicable ways?
The Girls of Egypt Are Here
It was exciting to finally see outrage in thousands of Egyptian women who took to the streets on January 10 to protest the beating and stripping of a female demonstrator in Tahrir Square.
Sexual Violence Has No Place in Egypt's Public Forum
Researcher, Women’s Rights Division, Human Rights Watch
The Egyptian government and elections committee need to do far more to prevent sexual harassment and assaults, starting with recognizing how serious and common the problem is and ensuring that the attackers don't get away with it.
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In Egypt, Pre-Revolution Levels Of Sexual Harassment Return
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