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The Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights launches a trial version of a map of religious freedoms in Egypt
Today, the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) announced the launch of the trial version of the “Map of Religious Freedoms'', as one of its most important activities.
Human rights organizations call on the Public Prosecutor to close the investigation into the Mada Masr journalists’ case
The Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) issues a paper on social protection policies in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
The trial of 23 defendants for publishing “torture” clips from a police department in Al-Salam City is adjourned for one month
Today, the Association for Freedom of Thought and Expression and the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights submitted two requests to Nasr City prosecution, to resume it investigations in case No.
A year since the ongoing security attack on the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights: The fabricated charges remain in place, along with the travel ban and the seizure of the funds of the three directors of EIPR, and the founder awaits sentencing today
Today, more than a year has passed since the start of the unprecedented security attack on the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights, which saw the arrest, within one week, of its executive director, Gasser Abdel Razek, its managing director, Mo
Joint press release: Closing investigations of the Fairmont rape is a natural result of a year of intimidation of witnesses and prosecution of plaintiffs
The seven human rights and feminist organizations who have signed this statement regret the decision of the Public Prosecution, announced late in the evening of Tuesday the 11th of May 2021, to close investigations related to the gang rape whi
Health workers are the front line in the fight against Covid-19, and they face the various risks of infection more than others. These risks include exposure to infection from patients, heavy workload for long hours, personal protective equipment for extended periods of time, and facing violence. They sometimes abuse by patients or their families without adequate protection.
The Egyptian government carried out death sentences over the previous three days without prior notification to the families of the convicts of the execution date. The families have also not been allowed to see their relatives before the execution, a right enshrined by Article 472 of the Criminal Procedure Law