Muhammad Fadel

Muhammad Fadel is a legal expert and researcher for National Immigrant Women’s Advocacy Project. A graduate of Mansoura University in Egypt, Mr. Fadel is an advocate for gender justice. In Cairo, he worked as a legal researcher at Nazra for Feminist Studies in the Women’s Political Participation Academy and as a human rights attorney for the Egyptian Center for Economic and Social Rights, defending participants in youth movements and imprisoned political activists. Mr. Fadel is currently studying at American University's Washington College of Law to complete his graduate degree in international legal studies, where he is specializing in human rights and gender and the law.

Articles by: Muhammad Fadel

Social Stigma Enables Egypt’s Attack on LGBT Community

The apparent human rights violations practiced by Egyptian authorities against LGBT individuals and others arrested for publicly demonstrating their rights cannot be ignored.