Allocating cemeteries for the burial of Baha’i Egyptians: the administrative judiciary refuses in Port Said, and the Supreme Administrative Court supports the refusal in Alexandria
A new release by EIPR on Trees and Gardens in Egypt's Cities from the Perspective of Environmental Justice | The average Egyptian’s share of green space is 17 square centimeters
Committee of Experts concludes its sessions in preparation for a technical report in the case of the coal unit at Titan Cement Factory
Release of one of the EIPR clients held in pretrial detention in the case of the September 2019 demonstrations
The second circuit for criminal terrorist offences, held at the Tora police institute on Sunday, March 5, and presided by Judge Moataz Khafaji decided to release Ahmed Muhammad Muhammad Yunus by guarantee of his place of residence in case
EIPR commentary on the results of the World Bank's investigations into the violations of the Titan Cement Factory
The Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) issued a comment on the report released lately by the Investigation office of the World Bank Group (CAO) on the complaint against the Alexandria Portland Cement Company (Titan Cement Factory), and the International Finance Corporation ( IFC) , the private sector arm of the world bank Group, which funded the establishment of the company.
EIPR: World Bank investigations confirm violations by Titan Cement Factory without commitment to repair the damage
The Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) issued a comment on the report released lately by the Investigatio
The Egyptian Initiative calls for the release of an Azhar teacher accused of spreading "Quranism" and the end to the prosecution of people with different religious affiliations
EIPR also warns of the danger of using Article 27 of the Law to Combat Electronic Crimes issued in 2018 to target the same spectrum of non-traditional ideas and trends, under the pretext of “misuse of social media.” Last June as well.
Economic Misdemeanour Appeals court upholds verdict against blogger, with 3 years imprisonment and a 300,000 EGP fine for managing the "Egyptian Atheists" Facebook page
This ruling comes in a broader context of prosecutions and trials for online expression in general, and for religious expression in particular, and includes a wide range of persecuting of unconventional Islamic ideas such as criticism of some of the revered traditional figures of Sunni Islam, or the expression of ideas of non-Sunni Islamic sects such as Shiites, Ahmadiyya and the Quranites, in addition to expressing atheistic ideas or declaring unbelief and criticizing religions.
EIPR Discussion session on environmental litigation, makes recommendations to support the role of litigation in the protection of the environment and citizens
A group of residents of the Wadi al-Qamar area in western Alexandria, located near a cement plant, had filed a complaint to the Environmental Affairs Agency (EAA) and the Public Prosecution in August 2015, alleging that emissions from the Alexandria Portland Cement were harmful to their health.